STRANGE SPORTS STORIES
Comics’ top talents, including some making their Vertigo debut, take on the classic DC Comics anthology title for strange, scary and sensational sports stories from the four-issue...
John Constantine has been to hell before, but this time it's for real. Our London chancer must gamble with a powerful adversary, while in the land of the living Epiphany draws blood and Gemma regrets toying with the feelings of gangster Terry Greaves. The line between Hell and Earth fades in part 2 of "Another Season in Hell."
updatedHELLBLAZER: BLOODY CARNATIONS
Haunted by memories of striking Epiphany, John cuts off his thumb and enlists help from Shade the Changing Man. Plus: Old friends and demon foes converge for the royal wedding of the century when the U.K.'s perpetual bachelor gets hitched! Collecting issues #267-275.
updatedAMERICAN SPLENDOR SEASON TWO #2
It's an AMERICAN SPLENDOR filled with personal growth for Harvey Pekar, as he learns to compromise with an artist, attends a town meeting, reaches a truce with his cat and learns new and interesting facts from the local barber, among other extraordinary tales of everyday existence. Featuring a heavy-hitting lineup of some of the top artists in comics.
After another season of hell-raising, John Constantine finally makes it home again. But this time home might be the death of him. Meanwhile, his niece recovers from a brutal attack while his wife goes on the warpath. Ghostly visitations, bloody decapitations, and a spot of potential fratricide await in "The Unquiet Grave."
John Constantine is going to Hell and back – this time, it's a favor to his niece Gemma, who happens to be in deep and dirty with London gangster (and Constantine's father-in-law) Terry Greaves. A farting demon, a suspicious angel, a Hellish aquarium, and an old adversary all await Constantine in "Another Season in Hell."
Wanted for a murder he didn't commit, John Constantine leaves the U.K. and heads to India in an effort to resurrect his dead girlfriend in these stories from issues #261-266. But something wicked haunts the slums of Mumbai, killing beautiful young women…
updatedTHE EXTERMINATORS #30
Vertigo's most skin-crawling series crashes to an apocalyptic conclusion as the boys (and girls) of Bug Bee Gone fight the battle they always knew was coming: humanity's last stand against the chaos of nature. There's no guarantee that anyone will survive, but if Henry, Stretch, Nils and the rest can't make a last stand against the killer cockroaches, no one else will. Don't miss the ending of this cult-classic comic never to be duplicated.