Lee Bermejo is an award winning artist whose comic book work includes BATMAN/DEATHBLOW, LUTHOR, RORSCHACH, and The New York Times best-selling graphic novel JOKER, all of which were done in collaboration
with writer Brian Azzarello. His other work for DC Comics includes GLOBAL FREQUENCY, SUPERMAN/GEN 13, HELLBLAZER, several dozen painted covers and the best-selling graphic novel BATMAN: NOEL, which Bermejo wrote and illustrated. He currently lives in Italy with his wife Sara.
Vertigo for the DC Fan: Suiciders #1 by Lee BermejoIf you’re a DC Comics fan, you know Lee Bermejo. Known for his hyper-realistic art style and cinematic storytelling, he’s one of the most dynamic creators currently working in comics. His new book is every bit as dark as Joker or Before Watchmen: Rorschach and just as brutal. The only difference? It's not a DC series.
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