After a brief hiatus, Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy’s creepy cool Vertigo series The Wake continues today with THE WAKE #6. Now, if you’re reading this post on DCComics.com (or even if you’ve come across it on VertigoComics.com), there’s a fair chance you haven’t been picking this one up. And that’s a shame because it’s amazing. For a sci-fi/horror book, this tale asks some big questions and seems to span a considerable length of time (we’re talking millennia). There’s quite a lot we still don’t know about this sci-fi tale, however, here are a few things that we do…
Sunday, September 22 is the BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL—a day of literature and conversation—not to mention terrific Comic and Graphic Novel programming that's jam packed with some of the most talented writers and artists today.
While you're there, stop by the DC Entertainment booth #140.
At 11:00am local Brooklyn artist Sean Murphy will be signing and meeting with fans.
The legendary, Eisner Award-winning series BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE returns in a brand-new six-issue miniseries featuring tales of The Dark Knight by some of comics’ greatest writers and artists!
THE WAKE #1 has sold out, and will be going back to press for its second printing! From the critically acclaimed, creative team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy, this debut issue features a miraculous yet terrifying discovery in the depths of the Arctic Circle.
It’s a sci-fi/horror epic that explores the horrors of the deep, probes the origins of human history, and leaps far beyond to a frightening future.
We wanted to take a moment to rewind and give you a second look at an insider reference that caught our eye in THE WAKE #1, a new limited sci-fi/horror series from Scott Snyder (BATMAN, AMERICAN VAMPIRE, SUPERMAN UNCHAINED) and artist Sean Murphy (PUNK ROCK JESUS), in stores now.
As most of you know, in the pages of NIGHTWING #19, Dick Grayson (a.k.a. Nightwing) has recently moved to Chicago. In the latest issue, NIGHTWING #20, written by Kyle Higgins and illustrated by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund, on shelves now, Nightwing returns to the apartment he’s subletting in the Windy City for some well earned rest following his explosive encounter with the Chicago Police Department.