Each week, DC Comics will be releasing a free—that's right, FREE—digital comic book issue featuring a sample chapter from one of our 25 Essential Graphic Novels as well as sample pages from the 2014 Essentials catalog. On tap for this week is Scott Snyder, Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque's American Vampire #1!
It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for; AMERICAN VAMPIRE is now in paperback! If you’ve waited to read this phenomenal series, now is the time, but you don’t have to take my word for it. Here’s just some of what’s been said about the Eisner Award-winning series.
The winners of The 2011 Harvey Awards were announced this weekend at the Baltimore Comic-Con. DC Entertainment took home awards for the following DC Comics and Vertigo titles. Best New Series: AMERICAN VAMPIRE by Scott Snyder, Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque Best Single Issue or Story: DAYTRIPPER by Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon
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.
Today is the day to reveal the winners of the AMERICAN VAMPIRE Volume 1 hardcover! This was a tough contest that really encouraged a close reading of the first arc. Thanks to all for participating and congratulations to the winners! I hope you enjoy this magnificent hardcover with intro by Stephen King!
The holidays are here again and that’s cool, because you’re going to visit with family, party with friends and get lots of sweet presents (unless you were naughty, then it’s coal for you, punk). But the holidays also SUCK because you have to go shopping and you’re like, “Aw, crap, what the hell am I going to get the people on my list THIS year?!”
Have you ever been absolutely terrified in a candy store? I have. I was driving back from a wedding in Massachusetts a few months ago when my girlfriend suddenly shouted, “Ohmygodstopthecarstopthecar!” I hit the breaks. “Did I hit something?” “No,” she said, “there’s a candy store over there with Skinner’s name on it.”