A man and a woman in love seek out a safe place to hide where their past can't catch up to them. A wild west outlaw changes with the times to adjust to the criminal underworld of a new era. A police chief's family values are tested by a case so strange and gruesome he fears he's in over his head
As the writer of Detective Comics, Scott Snyder has delved into some weird mysteries, but this week, he discovered one that even he can't answer: Who are these two cops in every super-hero children's book?
The first issue of Detective Comics written by Scott Snyder ("American Vampire") drops today with art by Jock and a backup feature on Commissioner Gordon with art by Francesco Francavilla. Naturally, we sent our very ow
ComicsAlliance's Halloween-themed coverage continues with our most auspiciously spooky feature yet: our favorite scary-storytelling creators telling us about their favorite scary stories and macabre childhood memories
When Stephen King's "American Vampire" co-writer Scott Snyder signed exclusive to DC last month, fans knew it was a safe bet that he'd be paired with a star artist to kick off his first "Detective Comics" gig. Now, as revealed by DC's The Source blog, fans know that relatively recent "Detective" artist Jock ("The Losers") will be be
He's written his share of blood-suckers with co-scribe Steven King in the pages of Vertigo's "American Vampire," but now Scott Snyder will take on an arguably even higher calling: penning the adventures of a hero who kinda dresses like one
The first issue of the new Vertigo series "American Vampire" comes out today, from writer Scott Snyder and illustrator Rafael Albuquerque. Oh, and there's this other co-writer... I think his name is Stephen King?
We've seen comics from King before, and plenty of novelists attempting the jump to comics like Snyder, and of course, more than enough vampire franchises, but after reading the first issue we can say that the resulting comic here is something far more than the sum of those familiar parts, and beautiful besides, thanks to the spectacular art of Albuquerque. When the comic jumps t