We’re about to look into the future. Look for these Vertigo titles to be published in Summer 2012. Please keep in mind this information is not final and may be subject to change. Coming in May 2012: AMERICAN VAMPIRE VOL.
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"Inherit the Wind" continues. Bufkin continues his schemes to free Oz and its surroundings from the Nome King's oppressive rule. Meanwhile, the cubs continue to learn how to become winds – but is it turning into a competition with a decidedly deadly edge? Check out the preview below and pick up FABLES #110 this Wednesday!
In Part 2 of "Inherit the Wind," we meet the other Cardinal Winds – West, East and South – as the cubs continue to train and learn about the life and responsibilities of their grandfather, the North Wind with the help of Breeze, Mr. Puff and others. Meanwhile, Rose Red heads back to The Farm and Bufkin is up to his usual monkey business in Oz.
Bill Willingham’s original graphic novel WEREWOLVES OF THE HEARTLAND, starring Bigby Wolf from the New York Times Bestselling series FABLES, has been postponed until next year. In the meantime, don’t miss the ongoing series FABLES as it continues with the incredible Inherit the Wind storyline and FAIREST the ongoing spin-off series that begins in early 2012. Bill Willingham fans can also read more of his amazing non-FABLES stories in the deluxe omnibus BAD DOINGS & BIG IDEAS this November.
Shelly Bond, editor of such titles as FABLES, iZOMBIE and HELLBLAZER shares her firsts. What was the first... Convention you attended as a fan? Okay, I’ll admit it. I was a professional before I was a true fan. I was invited to ITHACON the year after I graduated college which was a pretty big thrill since I bought my first comic book at Ithaca’s very own Comics for Collectors (shameless promotion!) the year before. OR
The incredible painter James Bennett has illustrated the New York Times bestselling picture books "Tell Me A Scary Story... But Not Too Scary," written by Carl Reiner and "Halloween," written by Jerry Seinfeld. His conceptually humorous illustrations have appeared as covers and interiors for The New York Times, The L.A. Times, Forbes, Time, Sports Illustrated, Mad, Business Week, New York, Smithsonian, among others. He has also produced art for RCA Records, American Express, Paramount Pictures, Citibank, Hasbro, and Milton Bradley.