Scott Snyder and artist Rafael Albuquerque begin the next cycle of the series that ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY magazine calls, “fresh and original.” It’s Las Vegas circa 1935 and the town is booming. But prominent businessmen are turning up drained of blood and young police chief Cash McCogan finds himself facing a threat much darker and deadlier than he ever imagined….

Get ready to lay your chips on the table and pick up a copy of AMERICAN VAMPIRE #6 “Devil in the Sand” this August!

From the Editor’s Desk: Mark Doyle on AV #2

“Time is the only constant for the living. It never stops…for the dead it doesn’t matter…and for the undead…”

American Vampire 2 hits the stands today and although the first issue was amazing and people loved it (“…fresh and original” EW, “…eerie and haunting” Huffington Post “…engaging and enthralling” Fangoria) issue 2 is bigger, badder and bloodier.

Way bloodier.

From The Editor’s Desk: Mark Doyle on the launch of AMERICAN VAMPIRE

“This is a song Charles Manson stole from the Beatles, and we’re stealing it back.”

That’s what Bono says on the first track of “Rattle and Hum” before The Edge rips into “Helter Skelter.” That’s kind of how we feel about vampires these days. They are sexless teenagers. They go to school. They sparkle.


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