Over the years, Vertigo Comics has accumulated a wealth of stories that were canceled, never published, or just left out of print and forgotten. That's the type of thing that happens when a publisher makes a commitment to produce risky material. Lots of the imp
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The comics blogosphere ignited yesterday morning with the news that DC Comics had not only announced its new publisher, but that the role would actually be filled by two people: current Executive Editor Dan DiDio, and high-profile comics artist Jim Lee, who also worked as an Editorial Director with DC's Wildstorm imprint.
That wasn't the only announcement, however; Geof
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá have come a long way in a short amount of time. The Brazilian twins landed in America to some acclaim with anthology projects from Image and Dark Horse. But it was "De:Tales - Stories from Urban Brazil" that really introduced the pair to industry, garnering critical acclaim from a variety of sources with a beautiful black and white tale that hinted at great potential waiting to be honed.
David Lapham is not new to crime comics. For the past twelve years, while not exactly prolific, the majority of his output has dealt with murder, drugs, robbery or some combination of the three. Throughout forty issues of the phenomenal STRAY BULLETS, he told a series of inter