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From the editor's desk: Shelly Bond

Hey! Lucky you. You’re just in time for a Tuesday Tonic! The definition may vary from week to week, but you can be sure that at the very least, it will be “ An invigorating, refreshing, or restorative agent or influence.” and/or “The first note of a diatonic scale; the keynote.” If you stopped by yesterday, you know the official drill. Each Vertigo editor is assigned one day per week to post the most sordid, scandalous, sanctimonious scraps of ephemera that best exploit the inner mechanics of his/her own comic book arena. In other words: If it’s in my proverbial clutches, it’s fair game.

Karen Berger on STRANGE ADVENTURES

Over the next several days we'll be publishing posts about some of the short stories and their creative teams included in STRANGE ADVENTURES #1. I asked Senior VP, Executive Editor Karen Berger to start us off and here's what she has to say:

Hi Everyone,

Make sure you check out STRANGE ADVENTURES #1, on sale today-- It’s a great and weird anthology as only Vertigo can produce!

STRANGE ADVENTURES TOC and cover reveal

This May, Vertigo will publish STRANGE ADVENTURES #1, a collection of science fiction short stories as only Vertigo can do them.

Written and drawn by some of the comic industries most sought after talents, STRANGE ADVENTURES also features some exciting new talents making their Vertigo debut!

STRANGE ADVENTURES

This May don’t miss STRANGE ADVENTURES #1 written by some of the greatest comic book writers of our time, including Peter Milligan, Scott Snyder, and Jeff Lemire! Also featuring exciting new talents in comics making their vertigo debut!

From the far reaches of space to the not so distant future, Vertigo brings you a collection of 8 ten page science fiction short stories as only Vertigo can do them.

Peter Milligan and Giuseppe Camuncoli talk HELLBLAZER and the marriage of JC

Rookie Vertigo Assistant Editor Gregory Lockard here with my first blog for GRAPHIC CONTENT and it’s regarding HELLBLAZER #275! This issue features both the wedding of John Constantine and Epiphany Greaves in an over-sized anniversary special by one of my all-time favorite writer/artist teams AND it is my first issue as Shelly’s assistant editor. “Holy crap” would be a boring understatement but my thumping heart won’t let me concentrate.

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