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"When he gets his teeth into something, he seems to enjoy, he writes like a demon." Snyder on King.
For those of you craving a vampire fix we’ve got the remedy. AMERICAN VAMPIRE Vol. 1!
Books to look for--Summer 2011!
With Summer 2010 having just come to a close, we’re about to look into the future at Summer 2011. See the list of Vertigo highlights below, including books by such great writers as Scott Snyder, Grant Morrison, and Max Allan Collins! AMERICAN VAMPIRE VOL. 2 HC Writer: Scotty Snyder Artists: Rafael Albuquerque and Mateus Santaluoco Collects: AMERICAN VAMPIRE #6-10 $24.99 US, 160 pages
MADAME XANADU #27 preview
Touch may be the most sensual of the five senses, but it's the bane of Neon Blue, a porcelain vision of beauty who doesn't care for physical contact. See, Blue isn't what she seems, and touching her leads to nothing but ill fortune and untimely death. But when Blue crosses paths with Madame Xanadu in 1964, will this finally be the end of her long, insensitive life?
SWEET TOOTH #14 preview
Just as Jepperd gathers his army to take down the militia camp, Gus and the hybrid kids embark on a daring escape. In the process, our doe-eyed hero crosses a line, and he'll never be the same. "Animal Armies" amps up as our cast all head toward a bloody, heart-wrenching collision.
AMERICAN VAMPIRE Volume 1 Extras
Why Rafael Albuquerque is Amazing (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Hire a Cover Artist)
ROBERT HARRAS NAMED EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, VP DC COMICS
New York, NY, September 27—Robert Harras has been named Editor-in-Chief, VP, DC Comics, it was announced today by DC Comics Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio. Harras will oversee editorial for DC Comics, DC Universe, MAD Magazine and Vertigo and will be based in New York City, reporting directly to the Co-Publishers.
UNKNOWN SOLDIER #24 preview
“An engrossing and viscerally powerful journey. . . . If you're not paying attention through all the fireworks, it's almost easy to forget you're reading a brilliant, meticulously constructed human drama." --IGN
A message from Jim Lee and Dan DiDio, DC Comics Co-Publishers
The changes happening behind the scenes this week are part of a greater campaign to reshape DC Comics and build a company for the future.