Rafael Albuquerque was born in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He has been working in the American comic book industry since 2005. Best known from his work on Savage Brothers, BLUE BEETLE and SUPERMAN/BATMAN, he has also published the creator-owned graphic novels Crimeland (2007) and Mondo Urbano (2010). Rafael is an Eisner and Harvey Award winner for the NY Times Bestseller AMERICAN VAMPIRE (DC Comics/Vertigo, 2010), written by Scott Snyder and Stephen King. He has worked on other books such as Uncanny X-Force and Wolverine.
newAMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE #7
The Cold War is heating up! It’s red buttons, nuclear silos and a race against destruction.
updatedAMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE #9
Trapped behind the wall, Felicia and Pearl must run from the horrors they find lurking in Area 51.
updatedAMERICAN VAMPIRE VOL. 7
The first collection of AMERICAN VAMPIRE SECOND CYCLE features issues #1-5 of the new series! When we meet Pearl again, it is in 1960’s Kansas, an era fraught with fear of nuclear...
AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE #6
Vampires in space? It’s 1965. Pearl and Skinner escaped The Gray Trader with more questions than answers, and their search for clues leads them to...NASA!
updatedVertigo Essential Reads: American Vampire #1
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!
updatedAMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE #8
With Skinner and Calvin leading the space race, back on Earth it’s time to face the most guarded stronghold in the country: Area 51!
AMERICAN VAMPIRE VOL. 6
You are cordially invited to a party – to die for! These lost tales starring new characters and old favorites from AMERICAN VAMPIRE: THE LONG ROAD TO HELL #1, starring Travis Kidd...
AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE #5
The California Gold Rush. Thousands migrate West, and any average Joe could strike it rich with just one swing of his pick.