Sitting with the AMERICAN VAMPIRE team of Scott Snyder, Rafael Albuquerque and Editor Mark Doyle along with, Vertigo’s Executive Editor, Karen Berger at the Eisner’s last Friday night, we were all anxiously waiting for the winner of Best New Series to be announced. Now, over to series writer and co-creator Scott Snyder to tell you what it means to him to win.
Over the next several days we'll be publishing posts about some of the short stories and their creative teams included in STRANGE ADVENTURES #1. I asked Senior VP, Executive Editor Karen Berger to start us off and here's what she has to say: Hi Everyone, Make sure you check out STRANGE ADVENTURES #1, on sale today-- It’s a great and weird anthology as only Vertigo can produce!
If someone told me when I first started working here, that I'd someday be working with Neil Young, I would have flipped out! Well, I haven't lost my mind yet :) but I AM over the moon to be publishing our adaptation of NEIL YOUNG'S acclaimed GREENDALE album.
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March is the month of Milligan or Milligan is the march of the Month Whichever way you look at it, for all you Peter Milligan fans out there (and I am first in line, though I have to fight off many!) there are sensational stories galore every week of the month from one of Vertigo’s first and finest.
One of the many things that I love about my job is that I’ve worked with so many talented and wonderful people over the years, and I’ve published so many unforgettable stories.
I continue to be amazed at the synchronicity of life’s moments, especially when it comes to being an editor in this wonderfully weird world of Vertigo, where strange connections just seem to happen.
In an in-depth conversation with CBR News, Karen Berger discusses Vertigo’s success in 2009, the imprint’s plans for 2010, and why she believes Vertigo is delivering the best work in the industry. METRO NY features THE NOBODY SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE talks about Vikings and NORTHLANDERS “The Cross and the Hammer.”
Millison and Morrigan. Morrison and Milligan. However you say it, those bizarre boys are at it again, and all is right with my world. Whenever these guys write for Vertigo, everyone stops and listens because these two most insanely talented, too smart for our own good know what gutsy, passionate stories are all about. They hold the big V record for writing the most creator-owned series for Vertigo, and certainly the most diverse and out-there.