“Magic’s just when you trick the universe into believing some incredibly outrageous lie.”
Mike and Casey hop into Chas’ cab for a journey to the realm of Dreams, because it’s time to go on a road trip across America. Our traveling companions, librarian Kit Laika and Joe Preti from the View from the Gutters podcast.
This month we dig into the Vertigo line of mature-readers comics from DC. From its inception with Karen Berger’s editorial work with Alan Moore on Swamp Thing in the 1980s through massive hits like Sandman, Preacher, Fables and 100 Bullets, we dissect some of the most influential, critically acclaimed and popular comic books of the past thirty years.
Is Vertigo dead, even if its spirit for creator innovation and quality live on at other publishers?
“Main Theme” from Constantine (2014) by Bear McCreary
Previously titled: “Make Comics Great Again”