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Mark Doyle reveals the variant cover of AMERICAN VAMPIRE #30

Well “The Blacklist” continues to unfold in AMERICAN VAMPIRE and we celebrate with another awesome variant cover from FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA!
 
I’ve been a big fan of Francesco’s for a few years (also one of the nicest dudes you’ll ever meet in comics) and it turns out he’s a big fan of the series too! So when I asked him if he’d do a variant cover for us, he leapt at the opportunity to do his version of “our gal Pearl.”
 

 

Preview Mondays: BATGIRL #12, BATMAN #12, BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 and FAIREST #6

For this week's installment of Preview Mondays, we're giving you exclusive first looks at BATGIRL #12, BATMAN #12, BATMAN AND ROBIN #12 and FAIREST #6, all in stores this Wednesday.

 

Celebrate "THE DARK KNIGHT RISES" Day in Comic Book Shops Across North America Tomorrow

Last month, we told you that in anticipation of “THE DARK KNIGHT RISES” opening in theaters and IMAX ® on Friday, July 20, comic book shops across North America will be distributing a free comic book to celebrate the film’s highly-anticipated arrival. More than 500,000 copies of this free BATMAN comic book will be handed out tomorrow on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

AMERICAN VAMPIRE #29 variant cover reveal

American  Vampire summer blockbuster “The Blacklist” celebrates with another variant  cover by Dave Johnson!
 
“The Blacklist” is coming and as I said in  my last post—this one changes everything.

We kicked off this massive  storyline with a cover by Batman artist Greg Capullo, and this month we’ve got  another awesome cover by the great Dave Johnson!
 

AMERICAN VAMPIRE celebrates summer blockbuster story “The Blacklist” with five variant covers.

This one changes everything.
 
I know you hear that all the time in comics, but we REALLY mean it this time. This summer’s blockbuster AMERICAN VAMPIRE storyline is called “The Blacklist,” and the whole gang returns to the place where it all started—Hollywood. But this time it’s the 50’s, so instead of flappers and silent films, tinsel-town is drenched in the fear and paranoia of the Communist “Red Scare.”
 
Massive turning point. Game-changer. Point of no return…call it what you want, but this one really does change everything.
 

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