THE NEW YORK TIMES Arts Section included the WE3: DELUXE EDITION in the “Coming Attractions” feature on Sunday.
Along with the new cover below, the WE3: DELUXE EDITION features 10 completely new story pages from the Eisner Award-winning team of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely integrated into the narrative, plus a bonus section featuring a wealth of character designs and sketches from Quitely, with commentary and script excerpts from Morrison.
That's right. This November, we are excited to bring you THE ABSOLUTE SANDMAN BOOK FIVE. This gorgeous oversized deluxe slipcased hardcover collects three critically acclaimed and best selling stories from the SANDMAN universe, created by the New York Times best selling author Neil Gaiman:
The powerful and emotional story WE3 by the ALL-STAR SUPERMAN team Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely will be available for the first time in hardcover. And as if that isn’t enough, this amazing Deluxe Edition will contain 10, yes, count ‘em on both hands, 10 new pages of story by Morrison and Quitely.
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...
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
Scheduled for release in May
We’re so excited for everyone to read JEFF LEMIRE'S first ongoing series SWEET TOOTH (on sale this Wednesday).
And we’re not alone:
"Writer & artist Jeff Lemire has created the new 'must read' book with SWEET TOOTH. It's a fairy tale turned on its ear-or antlers-that takes you on the road trip through an America slightly more fantastical and just as frightening as ours." —GEOFF JOHNS (Blackest Night)