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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

SWEET TOOTH--traumatic next issue

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.

SWEET TOOTH #3 preview

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.

SWEET TOOTH #2

The first issue of Jeff Lemire's SWEET TOOTH was published to much acclaim. So if you're already a fan, or want to know what all the fuss is about, you're just in time. Gus’ story continues in issue #2 (on sale 10/7) as he joins Jepperd on the road trip of a lifetime. SWTO Cv2.indd

Jeff Lemire's favorite post-apocalyptic comics

Post-apocalyptic comics that have influenced SWEET TOOTH by Jeff Lemire With my Vertigo monthly SWEET TOOTH coming up in just a few days, I've been hunting down and/or re-reading as much post-apocalyptic fiction as I can for inspiration. In addition to Cormac McCarthy’s The Road and films like The Road Warrior, I’ve also been hunting down as many post-apocalyptic comics as I can. Here are some of my favorite comics in the genre:

“The new 'must read' book.”

We’re so excited for everyone to read JEFF LEMIRE'S first ongoing series SWEET TOOTH (on sale this Wednesday). And we’re not alone: "Writer & artist Jeff Lemire has created the new 'must read' book with SWEET TOOTH. It's a fairy tale turned on its ear-or antlers-that takes you on the road trip through an America slightly more fantastical and just as frightening as ours." —GEOFF JOHNS (Blackest Night)

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