Matt Wagner has enjoyed a career in comics for nearly twenty years. His first published work—a short story that introduced one of comicdom's most respected creator-owned characters-the mastermind assassin, Grendel—was for the fledgling '80s company, Comico. Best known for this epic creation and his other, more personal allegory, Mage, Matt has also worked on a variety of established characters. These include his ground-breaking work on Batman villain, Two-Face, in the graphic novel, BATMAN: FACES, as well as a five-year stint developing and generating the stories for the fan-favorite Vertigo title, SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATER.
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE BOOK TWO
Don’t miss these epics from SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE #13-24 and ANNUAL #1! In “The Vamp,” Wesley Dodds dreams of grisly murders as young socialites are found drained of blood. Then,...
SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE BOOK ONE
In these noir tales from SANDMAN MYSTERY THEATRE #1-12, millionaire Wesley Dodds becomes the Sandman to fight injustice in 1930s New York City, going after kidnappers, blackmailers...
HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 7: CONCEPTION
In these stories from issues #31-35 and HALLOWEEN ANNUAL #2, Fig learns why the Pair of Conception chased her into the House of Mystery.
updatedTHE ABSOLUTE SANDMAN VOL. 5
The latest oversized deluxe slipcased SANDMAN hardcover collects the Eisner Award-winning THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS plus DREAM HUNTERS (both the prose novella and the comics adaptation) and the hard-to-find SANDMAN MIDNIGHT THEATRE, featuring Wesley Dodds!
NEIL GAIMAN’S MIDNIGHT DAYS
The classic collection of Vertigo tales from New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman is back! Providing tantalizing glimpses into the fantastical worlds he would create and...
updatedTHE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOL. 2
THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOL. 2 collects issues #21-39 of Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN, with annotations by Leslie Klinger (The Annotated Sherlock Holmes, The Annotated Dracula) to all...
MADAME XANADU VOL. 4: EXTRA SENSORY
This final volume collecting issues #24-29 is set in 1960s New York City and features the five senses, illustrated by five sensational female artists.
MADAME XANADU VOL. 3: BROKEN HOUSE OF CARDS
In this volume collecting issues #16-21, a '50s Manhattan socialite's life takes a grotesque turn, and only Madame Xanadu can help. Then, take a look at Xanadu's early days in ancient England as her rivalry with her evil sister begins.