The Nocturnes

Last week I gave a few clues about what’s coming up in 2012. One of the clues was “do you remember the Nocturnes?” Well, I was talking about AMERICAN VAMPIRE.

The Nocturnes are a band that you’ll be seeing soon in the pages of AV in a two-part story called (duh) “The Nocturnes” with incredible art by Roger Cruz.

Some of you might think you know Roger Cruz, but trust me, you don’t.

From The Editor's Desk: Mark Doyle

Mark Doyle here, editor of AMERICAN VAMPIRE, NORTHLANDERS and SWEET TOOTH. Every Monday I’ll be popping by the Vertigo blog to give you a glimpse of what’s flying across my desk these days.

Since it’s a New Year, I thought I would give a little tease of things to come. Three clues, three books, do you know which clue applies to which title?

All good things must come to an end.

AMERICAN VAMPIRE #20

“Beast in the Cave” continues.

In the middle of the brutal Indian Wars an unspeakable evil is released on the world. Meanwhile, the friendship of Skinner Sweet and James Book is starting to fracture.

AMERICAN VAMPIRE #20 (on sale next Wednesday) features amazing guest art by the legendary Jordi Bernet (Torpedo, JONAH HEX).

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A lost tale of Skinner Sweet

Skinner Sweet was once a child growing up in the 1880s and his best friend was none other than . . . James Book!

Featuring art by the legendary Jordi Bernet (Torpedo, JONAH HEX), The Beast in the Cave begins a 3 issue story about their involvement in the brutal Indian Wars, and an ancient evil hidden in the heart of the Old West.

AMERICAN VAMPIRE #19 begins Wednesday. Here’s a look inside:

The SCREAM 2011 nominees include…

We’re pleased to announce that the following Vertigo and DC Comics titles were nominated for The 2011 SCREAM AWARDS:

DAYTRIPPER by Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon and AMERICAN VAMPIRE by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque for Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel

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