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  1. movies
    Hellboy Creator Mike Mignola Almost Wishes He Hadn’t Let His Comic Character Go“It’s like watching your kid grow up and move away. They’re doing sh*t you don’t know anything about and you kinda miss when they lived in the house.”
  2. movie review
    Hellboy Deserves Better Than ThisHe’s one of the more interesting comic book heroes we have. Too bad his new movie is a mess.
  3. vulture lists
    Every DC Comics Movie, RankedFrom the Christopher Reeve era to Zack Snyder’s reign, which films stand above the rest?
  4. the industry
    Kumail Nanjiani The Latest Perfect Being Rumored to Join Marvel’s The EternalsAngelina Jolie has also reportedly joined Chloe Zhao’s upcoming film, based on the Jack Kirby comic book series.
  5. trailer mix
    Pennyworth, the Batman Prequel About a Sexy Spy Butler, Is Coming This SummerAlfred Pennyworth will be kicking bum and kissing birds this July.
  6. sequential art
    The Best Cartoonist You’ve Never Read Is Eight Different PeopleWhy LB Lee’s work deserves to be discovered.
  7. vulture lists
    11 Story Lines That Umbrella Academy Season Two Could Borrow From the ComicsThe JFK assassination plot, a homicidal Eiffel Tower, an alien space prison, a whole bunch of new villains, and much more.
  8. tv review
    Doom Patrol Breathes New Life Into Superhero TVThe DC Universe show subverts comic-book expectations in ways both uproarious and heart-wrenching.
  9. chat room
    The Umbrella Academy’s Aidan Gallagher Is an Old SoulThe breakout star of Netflix’s superhero show on why it’s a “dream” to play a middle-aged time-traveling assassin.
  10. sequential art
    Eli Valley Is the Angriest Political Cartoonist in AmericaHis specialty has been criticism of Zionism and Israel.
  11. spoilers
    The Umbrella Academy’s Biggest Changes From Comics To TelevisionThe new Netflix show mostly preserves the plot, character, and tone of the comic book series — with some key exceptions.
  12. tv review
    The Umbrella Academy Has No Personality of Its OwnYou won’t find anything in this Netflix comic-book adaptation that feels truly original, organic, or personal.
  13. late capitalism
    Wendy’s Twitter Account Responds to Accusations of Being a Fake Geek Girl“You wanna do this? We got time. Saga is on hiatus.”
  14. comics
    Author Nnedi Okorafor Talks LaGuardia, Wakanda, and … Garfield?The sci-fi/fantasy novelist has been blazing trails in comics.
  15. trailer mix
    Meet the Offbeat Heroes of DC Universe’s Doom PatrolRobots and cyborgs and stretchy gals, oh my!
  16. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Superhero Stories of 2018Featuring Black Panther, multiple iterations of Spider-Man, Mister Miracle, the X-Men, and more.
  17. superheroes
    Spider-Ham’s Very Unkosher Journey From Joke to Spider-Verse Co-starPeter Porker’s backstory is as bizarre as you’d hope it would be.
  18. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Comics of 2018Featuring Jason Lutes’s Berlin, Nick Drnaso’s Sabrina, Jen Wang’s The Prince and the Dressmaker, and more.
  19. sequential art
    The Best Comics to Read in December 2018From cyanide milkshakes to leagues of extraordinary gentlemen.
  20. comics
    Chatting With Olivia Jaimes, the Mysterious Cartoonist Behind ‘Nancy’She rarely does live interviews with the press.
  21. the archie comics universe
    You Win, Teens, That Riverdale and Sabrina Crossover Is Finally HappeningThere’s a minor catch.
  22. gettin' ratioed
    Comics Creators Less Than Impressed with Bill Maher“More people cared about Stan Lee’s death than care about Bill Maher alive.”
  23. why though
    Bill Maher Blames Trump’s Election On, You Guessed It, the Legacy of Stan Lee“I don’t think it’s a huge stretch to suggest that Donald Trump could only get elected in a country that thinks comic books are important.”
  24. comics
    What Stan Lee Meant to One of His Closest CollaboratorsPeter David remembers Stan Lee
  25. comics
    The Pseudonymous New Cartoonist Giving ‘Nancy’ a Millennial-Approved UpdateOlivia Jaimes’s savvily modern and surprisingly funny take on the long-running newspaper comic strip speaks for itself.
  26. obits
    Stan Lee Gave More Than He TookThe late comics legend has a tarnished legacy, but it still gleams bright.
  27. comics
    The 8 Best Comics to Read in NovemberFrom antifa to outer space.
  28. behind the scenes
    How Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Made Its Creepy Opening CreditsThe artist who draws the Chilling Adventures comic also designed the Netflix show’s title sequence.
  29. sequential art
    How Saga Comics Artist Fiona Staples Drew a MasterpieceAn exclusive look at sketches and the script from the first issue.
  30. q&a & excerpt
    Ali Fitzgerald on Her New Comic About Refugees and Germany’s Rising NativismThe creator of Hungover Bear turns serious with Drawn to Berlin — plus an excerpt.
  31. sequential art
    Will Cartoonist Julie Doucet Finally Get Her Due?Her essential Dirty Plotte comics are finally being collected, but she says she’s done with the medium.
  32. daredevil
    How Daredevil’s Bullseye Went From Humorous to HorrifyingHe’s become the Joker to Daredevil’s Batman. But he had a weird start.
  33. comics
    Why Did Marvel Fire Comics Writer Chuck Wendig?He’s been an outspoken critic of the GOP and the alt-right.
  34. comics
    Cartoonist Raina Telgemeier Will Publish Two New Books in 2019Guts and Share Your Smile are on their way, Vulture can announce.
  35. new york comic con 2018
    What Vulture Has Cooking for New York Comic ConWe’ll have a live interview with Raina Telgemeier, a panel on the comics legacy of Anthony Bourdain, and much more.
  36. comics
    The 8 Best Comics to Read This OctoberFrom a Nazi-fighting folk singer to fish-shaped spaceships.
  37. aquaman
    The Woman Who Made Aquaman a StarA conversation with award-winning artist Ramona Fradon, who drew Aquaman for most of the 1950s — and “doesn’t get” Jason Momoa’s iteration.
  38. sequential art
    Killmonger Mini-series Coming to Marvel in DecemberWriter Bryan Edward Hill tells us what to expect.
  39. comics
    The 8 Best Comics to Read in SeptemberFrom dystopian futures and lush fantasy epics, to a comic that flips superhero humor on its head.
  40. comics
    Rachel Lindsay’s Rx Proves Comics Are Perfect for Tackling Mental IllnessIt’s a meditation on a manic episode, and it’s more complicated than it looks.
  41. comics
    Marvel Comics Legend Marie Severin Dies at 89She was an artist and an unsung hero.
  42. comics
    Comicsgate Is a Nightmare Tearing Comics Fandom Apart — So What Happens Next?There was a major escalation in the past week or so.
  43. This Comic Is Like Sliding Doors, Except TerrifyingIce Cream Man is one of the most unsettling series on the market today.
  44. vulture recommends
    The 8 Best Comics to Read This AugustFrom Jessica Jones and a Wolverine clone to a graphic novel about undocumented immigrant restaurant workers.
  45. Comics Star Tom King Developing Dystopian TV SeriesHe’s a former CIA officer turned Batman writer.
  46. comics
    Nick Drnaso on Sabrina, the First Comic to Make the Man Booker Prize Long List“I wound up with what I thought was just this massive failure of a project that was years in the making.”
  47. Black Panther’s Shuri Getting Her Own Spinoff Comic From Writer Nnedi Okorafor“What are thooooooose?”
  48. comics
    Mr. Robot Prequel Comic Coming This FallSeries creator Sam Esmail is writing it.
  49. comics
    A Brief History of Batman and Catwoman’s 78-Year CourtshipBatman’s caped crusading and unresolved orphan issues don’t allow him to open his heart often. But he’s come close to finding love with Catwoman.
  50. New York Times Writer Regrets Spoiling Batman’s Wedding in HeadlineThere has been a reader backlash.
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