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TRYING SOMETHING NEW By Mark Buckingham
As regular readers of FABLES will know, I’m always keen to try out new things to keep the book looking fresh. In past story arcs I’ve used elaborate line techniques, bold styles with strong block blacks, zip tone textures, black crayon, cartoony styles, realism, design motifs, and the introduction of border art panels to frame every page.
DC Comics and Vertigo take home seven of IGN's Best of 2010 Awards
Seven, they say, is a magic number. And this morning, we can't disagree. Because DC and Vertigo have put on an impressive showing, combining to win seven, yes seven of IGN's thirteen awards for the Best of 2010. Here's the rundown... Best New Series: Vertigo's AMERICAN VAMPIRE
The color of SWEET TOOTH by José Villarrubia
More than I decade ago my friend Stephen John Phillips suggested that we collaborate in the artwork for a new graphic novel, a fumetti about a harem. I did not know that this would be the beginning of a long work relationship with Vertigo.
What’s Coming in Summer 2011?
We posted some Vertigo highlights to be published in Summer 2011 back in September. Now, it’s time for the complete list. Keep in mind this information is not final and may be subject to change. Look for these Joe Kubert Library titles coming in summer 2011: DONG XOAI, VIETNAM 1965 TP
SWEET TOOTH: IN CAPTIVITY- THE COVER STORIES
By Jeff Lemire Pornsak Pichetshote came on as editor of SWEET TOOTH with Issue 9. I had had the fortune of working with both Bob Shreck and Brandon Montclare before that, so I had been spoiled in the editor department. But Pornsak has more than been a great editor; he’s also one of my great friends now too.
WHY I BEAT UP JEFFREY BROWN
By Jeff Lemire In the opening scene of SWEET TOOTH Vol.2 “IN CAPTIVITY” (Out Dec.8) our hulking anti-hero JEPPERD is shown in a flashback of his life before the mysterious plague wiped out most of the human population and spawned a new race of human/animal hybrid children.