FREE PREVIEW FEATURES SNEAK PEEK OF THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED GRAPHIC NOVEL ADAPTATION. Just in time for Free Comic Book Day, don’t miss STIEG LARSSON’S THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO Special Edition Preview! This FREE advance look at the Vertigo graphic novel adaptation of the international best-selling thriller, scheduled to hit shelves November 2012, features the work of acclaimed author Denise Mina, artists Leonardo Manco and Andrea Mutti and cover artist Lee Bermejo.
The 25th annual Anthony Award winners were announced on Sunday at the 2011 Bouchercon World Mystery Convention in St. Louis, MO. THE CHILL by novelist Jason Starr, with art by Mick Bertilorenzi and cover by Lee Bermejo, won in the category Best Graphic Novel.
COWBOYS, an original graphic novel, by Gary Phillips (author of the "Ivan Monk" detective novels) and artist Brian Hurtt with cover by Lee Bermejo hits comic stores July 13th and book stores July 19th.
The 25th annual Anthony Award nominees were announced today. Vertigo leads the 2011 BEST GRAPHIC NOVEL category with three nominees: Best Graphic Novel Sickness in the Family - Denise Mina – Vertigo Crime Beasts of Burden – Jill Thompson/Evan Dorkin – Dark Horse Richard Stark's Parker, Vol. 2: The Outfit –Darwyn Cooke - IDW Press The Chill - Jason Starr – Vertigo Crime Scalped Vol 6 - The Gnawing - Jason Aaron – Vertigo Tumor - Joshua Hale Fialkov/ Noel Tuazon - ARCHAIA STUDIOS PRESS
Written by BRIAN WOOD with cover by JP Leon DMZ Volume 9: M.I.A. takes Matty to a remote and desolate section of the city. Self-exile forces him to take a good, hard look at himself and his conduct since he entered the DMZ, and he doesn't like what he's seeing. His discovery presents him with an opportunity that he's tempted to take, but is the price too high?
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.
AREA 10 is New York noir, from the forgotten subway platforms to the bloated, fish-chewed corpses dragged from the East River. It might surprise those who know me as a diehard Red Sox fan who grew up in Massachusetts, but I was born and spent the first five years of my life in the Big Apple, where my Dad was an investigative reporter covering the Mafia for the New York Times. I remember New York in the '70s as a place both wondrous and terrifying, and I tried to imbue AREA 10 with that feeling.