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In the final issue of the mini-series AMERICAN VAMPIRE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST, Vampire hunter Felicia Book must make a horrible choice. The reverberations of her choice will impact the ongoing series AMERICAN VAMPIRE, changing her life and the world of vampires forever.
It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for; AMERICAN VAMPIRE is now in paperback!
If you’ve waited to read this phenomenal series, now is the time, but you don’t have to take my word for it. Here’s just some of what’s been said about the Eisner Award-winning series.
Skinner Sweet was once a child growing up in the 1880s and his best friend was none other than . . . James Book!
Featuring art by the legendary Jordi Bernet (Torpedo, JONAH HEX), The Beast in the Cave begins a 3 issue story about their involvement in the brutal Indian Wars, and an ancient evil hidden in the heart of the Old West.
AMERICAN VAMPIRE #19 begins Wednesday. Here’s a look inside:
A groundbreaking discovery from the Theban Hills in Egypt in 1915 leads Dr. Pavel to travel the world in the hopes of finding more to aid in his research. Now in Romania, vampire hunters Felicia Book and Cash McCogan meet up with Dr. Pavel and escape the catacombs beneath the Nazi castle with the rumored vampire cure, but will it work?
AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST #4 by Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy hits stores Wednesday.
The winners of The 2011 Harvey Awards were announced this weekend at the Baltimore Comic-Con. DC Entertainment took home awards for the following DC Comics and Vertigo titles.
Felicia Book and Cash McCogan infiltrate the catacombs beneath the castle and come face to face with the 77th Brigade of the Third Reich and their shocking secret!
Read the excerpt below from AMERICAN VAMPIRE Survival of the Fittest #3 on sale today. And be sure to take notice of all the elements on the cover as they just may be hints…
Sitting with the AMERICAN VAMPIRE team of Scott Snyder, Rafael Albuquerque and Editor Mark Doyle along with, Vertigo’s Executive Editor, Karen Berger at the Eisner’s last Friday night, we were all anxiously waiting for the winner of Best New Series to be announced. Now, over to series writer and co-creator Scott Snyder to tell you what it means to him to win.