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When designing the cover for AMERICAN VAMPIRE #6, we wanted something really bold, to announce the new cycle, but we also wanted to be consistent with the feel of the covers that came before. It was a tough job - but as always, Rafa was an incredible trooper, and produced a number of great sketches and ideas.
Writing the final issue of this first arc was bittersweet. I'm really gonna miss Steve's scripts. One part of issue #5 I especially love is Steve's page 9-11 sequence. [See pages below.]
I can’t say it enough, this miniseries is absolutely phenomenal. It is so poetic and stunningly illustrated. Though the brothers Moon are Brazilian, and the story is set there--the themes are completely universal, poignant, and spot on about life. I’m sad that it’s coming to an end next month, but in the Spring I’ll get to read it all over again in a beautiful hardcover trade.
Scott Snyder, creator of AMERICAN VAMPIRE took some time to tell us what it was like to write the first page of the last issue of the first arc. Here's what he has to say,
While working on this final issue of the first arc with a big climax, I wanted to get everything just right.
After a few months of brain-eating, Gwen Dylan thinks she knows all there is to know about being a zombie. But she's dead wrong.