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Ali Wong to Star in Brian K. Vaughan’s ‘Paper Girls’ at Amazon

Paper Girls has found its adult star. Amazon’s adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s Eisner Award-winning comics has tapped writer, comedian and actress Ali Wong to lead the cast. Picked up to…

‘Y: The Last Man’ Ordered to Series at FX

Brian K. Vaughan's beloved comic series 'Y: The Last Man' is finally making it to a screen: FX has handed out a series order to the drama, which is expected to premiere in 2020.

Brian K. Vaughan Inks Eight-Figure Overall Film, TV Deal With Legendary

Comic book great Brian K. Vaughan has signed a three-year overall film and TV deal to adapt his work and create new titles for Legendary Entertainment.

Brian K. Vaughan on TV’s Comic Book Evolution and Why ‘Y: The Last Man’ Is More Relevant Than Ever

The comic book favorite talks with THR about bringing his beloved Marvel property 'Runaways' to Hulu and what's next ('Saga'?).

Inside ‘Runaways’: Everything to Know About Hulu’s New Marvel Project

What if your parents really were the bad guys you imagined them to be when you were a kid?

‘Y: The Last Man’ TV Series in the Works at FX (Exclusive)

Comic creator Brian K. Vaughan is attached to develop the graphic novel.

Panel Syndicate Launches Second Pay-What-You-Want Comic

'Universe' joins Brian K. Vaughan's 'The Private Eye'

‘Y: The Last Man’ Movie Dead, Confirms Director

Rights have reverted from New Line back to the comic's creators

Comic Book Critical Mass: Producers Dish on What Title Could Be Next

The geeky executive producers behind today's crop of superheroes weigh in

‘Under the Dome’ EP Brian K. Vaughan Exits (Exclusive)

The "Lost" alum and comics scribe was brought in by exec producer Steven Spielberg to adapt Stephen King's book.

‘Y: The Last Man’ Movie Rights Months Away From Reversion, Says Writer

If the New Line adaptation doesn't start production "in the next few months," Brian K. Vaughan and co-creator Pia Guerra get the rights back to their cult-classic series.

‘Under the Dome’ Renewed for Second Season at CBS

The adaptation of Stephen King's best-seller is the network's most watched summer premiere since 2000.