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Praise for SWEET TOOTH
“SWEET TOOTH is like Mad Max with antlers. . . . spellbinding and offbeat.” –USA TODAY.com
"Like a Coen brothers road-trip drama, "SWEET TOOTH," by indie comics fave Jeff Lemire, is a fantastic post-apocolyptic comic.” —AM NEW YORK
“Excellent.” –USA TODAY/POP CANDY
This weekend Vertigo heads to Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, WA for the first time.
In SWEET TOOTH #7 Jeff Lemire delves even further into the former life and love of the hulking bounty hunter Jepperd. And it’s Jeff at his best--chock full of the quiet moments of little dialogue that speaks volumes. And what an eye opening, and may I add, gut wrenching revelation it is.
Here’s a sneak peek.
Hunters, cultists, mutants and shantytown pimps all want a piece of Gus and all that stands between them, is Jepperd. As the little boy with antlers heads out into what's left of the world, he'll find out that no one is quite what they seem. Or are they? Jeff Lemire continues to amaze in SWEET TOOTH issue #3.
And for fans of Jeff’s work, he’s the artist on the insert story “The Tale of Brutus the Bold” in this month’s HOUSE OF MYSTERY #18 (also on sale 10/7). This issue also features guest artist Werther Dell’ Edera (DARK ENTRIES).