It's tough to follow up that big bunny from yesterday, but I think this steam-punk angel devising the map of the world will most definitely give you some food for thought.
Last year, Vertigo started doing anthologies again (STRANGE ADVENTURES & THE UNEXPECTED) and we’re all having a blast putting them together. Ok, that’s not entirely true. Frankly, they’re a pain in the butt because there’s so many moving parts...eight different writers, artists, colorists and letterers working for six different editors. Yikes! But they’re still the best place to debut new talent and also reconnect with some of our long-time collaborators. We try hard to find a mix of both so that you, the reader, will be willing to give it a try.
Rat Catch-er (rat) (kach’әr) , n. 1. According to underworld legend, a Rat Catcher is a peerless assassin who silences protected mob informants.
From The New York Times Bestselling author of THE LOSERS, comes RAT CATCHER, a captivating story of double-crossings and murder.
There’s a burning Federal safe house just outside El Paso with a pile of burning bodies inside.
The job appears to have been botched.
According to underworld legend, the Rat Catcher is a peerless assassin who specializes in silencing mob snitches. There’s just one problem—he doesn’t exist. At least, not according to the U.S. Marshals who oversee the Witness Protection Program….
If you didn’t see the announcements last week, Vertigo will be publishing DELIRIUM’S PARTY: A Little Endless Storybook by Jill Thompson, and for Vertigo Crime, RAT CATCHER by Andy Diggle and artist Victor Ibanez, and NOCHE ROJA by Simon Oliver and artist Jason Latour.
Vertigo Crime has published works from the likes of authors Ian Rankin, Brian Azzarello, Jason Starr, Christos Gage and many others. Today, we add two more titles to the ever growing list of excellent crime/mystery graphic novels.
In RAT CATCHER by Andy Diggle (The Losers) and artist Victor Ibanez, an FBI agent and a notorious mob hitman become involved in a thriller with a twist that keeps the action moving and the characters playing a high stakes game of cat and mouse.