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DC Entertainment Announces Two New Series at Emerald City Comic Con

This past weekend, the streets of Seattle were awash with the colors of capes, cowls, tights, and more, as Emerald City Comic Con took over the Washington State Convention Center for three days.

Timed to the convention, DC Entertainment announced the launches of two exciting titles – DC Comics’ new ongoing monthly series, TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA, and Vertigo Comics’ BROTHER LONO, an all-new 8-part miniseries spinning out of the critically acclaimed and New York Times bestselling series, 100 BULLETS!

Cover Reveal:100 BULLETS DELUXE EDITION BOOK FOUR and HELLBLAZER VOL.5: DANGEROUS HABITS NEW EDITION

 

The Houses of Trust and the Minutemen prepare for the impending war in the deluxe edition of the acclaimed series 100 BULLETS collecting issues #59-80.

 

AMERICAN VAMPIRE #29 variant cover reveal

American  Vampire summer blockbuster “The Blacklist” celebrates with another variant  cover by Dave Johnson!
 
“The Blacklist” is coming and as I said in  my last post—this one changes everything.

We kicked off this massive  storyline with a cover by Batman artist Greg Capullo, and this month we’ve got  another awesome cover by the great Dave Johnson!
 

FULL CONTENTS FOR FABLES #100 UNVEILED

With the spectacular 100th issue of FABLES coming soon, we are excited to unveil the full contents of this special, 100-page issue.

The issue kicks off with a 62-page lead story written by series creator Bill Willingham, with art by Mark Buckingham, Steve Leialoha and Andrew Pepoy

Following that is a 10-page prose story written by Mark Buckingham with illustrations by Bill Willingham.

Also in this issue are:

DC COMICS Celebrates 75 Years

Over on THE SOURCE, The DCU is celebrating 75 years of DC Comics by revealing a bunch of amazing variant covers. But these aren’t just any variant covers, they are of some of the most classic and iconic images from DC’s illustrious history re-imagined by some of the biggest names in the industry.

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