Artist Guy Davis is a self-taught illustrator best known for his work on SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE with Matt Wagner and Steve Seagle, which was published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint. His other credits for DC and Vertigo include work on HELLBLAZER, HOUSE OF SECRETS, CATWOMAN, BATMAN: SHADOW OF THE BAT and BATMAN: NEVERMORE. He has done work for most of the major US comic publishers including the recent B.P.R.D series for Dark Horse Comics. He currently provides concept art for film and video games while continuing comic work on his creator owned title, The Marquis.
updatedTRANSMETROPOLITAN VOL. 10: ONE MORE TIME - NEW EDITION
At last, it's the final showdown between Spider Jerusalem and the corrupt president of the United States in this new printing of the title collecting TRANSMETROPOLITAN #55-60, along with the specials I HATE IT HERE and FILTH OF THE CITY.
updatedSANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 6: THE HOURMAN AND THE PYTHON
This volume follows Wesley Dodds on two chilling new cases. In "The Hourman," the Sandman meets an unusual private detective who leaves felons hospitalized. "The Python" features The Sandman's hunt for a mysterious strangler.
updatedSANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 4: THE SCORPION
Collecting issues #17-20 of writer Matt Wagner's the acclaimed reimagination of the original Sandman. With THE SCORPION, writers Matt Wagner — and Steven T. Seagle continue to breathe rich new life into pulp genre conventions.
updatedSANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 3: THE VAMP
Collecting the fourth story arc (issues #13-16) from the acclaimed reimagination of the original Golden Age Sandman, THE VAMP continues the story of Wesley Dodds and his soon-to-be paramour (and narrator) Dian Belmont as they become entangled in mystery from two different directions.
updatedSANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 7: THE MIST AND PHANTOM OF THE FAIR
The crime-filled, noir world of the '30s continues! Collecting issues #37-44 of the acclaimed series as the Golden Age Sandman discovers the origin of one of his oldest adversaries and unravels the mystery of a series of brutal murders amid the 1939 New York World's Fair.
updatedSANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE VOL. 5: DR. DEATH AND THE NIGHT OF THE BUTCHER
Reprinting issues #21-28 of the legendary Vertigo series, this volume follows Wesley Dodds through two new cases of serial murderers, each more grisly than the last.
updatedVERTIGO: FIRST OFFENSES
VERTIGO: FIRST OFFENSES is a special volume created to introduce new readers to comics' most provocative imprint. Collecting the premiere issues of five of Vertigo's signature series, this 168-page trade paperback is priced at a mere $4.99 US, allowing thrill-seeking ordinary civilians the chance to do hard time with some of comics' heaviest hitters.
updatedTRANSMETROPOLITAN: TALES OF HUMAN WASTE
TALES OF HUMAN WASTE completes the TRANSMETROPOLITAN library, collecting the two Prestige-format one-shots TRANSMETROPOLITAN: I HATE IT HERE and TRANSMETROPOLITAN: FILTH OF THE CITY, as well as the 8-page Christmas story from VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE 2. Written by Warren Ellis, this collection features a host of one and two-page pieces from comics' finest artists illustrating excerpts from the Word columns of crazed outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem.