With the exception of perhaps Marvel, Dark Horse Comics may have been the publisher that broke the most news about its upcoming books at New York Comic-Con this year. That includes new stories from Eric Powell and Sergio Aragonés, the latest adventures from the Eisner-winning Itty Bitty team, prestige collections of Kabuki and Pistolwhip, brand new horror tales from some of the masters of the form, and much more.
Here at ComicsAlliance, we are huge fans of Cliff Chiang, whose current work on Wonder Woman has made it unquestionably one of the most beautiful DC Comics on the stands. This week, though, one of his lesser known works is finally getting the spotlight with the re-release of Beware the Creeper, a Vertigo miniseries written byJason Hall that reimagines the Creeper as an art criminal stalking the streets of Paris in the 1920s.
In addition to the story, the paperback also features Chiang's designs and sketches for the series, because more Cliff Chiang art is always welcome. Check out a few below, along with Chiang's thoughts on his influences for the book!