If you somehow don't remember the Sax Man from classic '80s horror movie The Lost Boys, Joëlle Jones and Trish Mulvihill are here to remind you. Their variant cover for Vertigo's Lost Boys #1 spotlights the Sax Man in all his glory. I like to imagine Tim Cappello is going to be the original art and hang it above the fireplace in the mansion I want to believe he lives in now.
Brother Lono is back. The entire team from 100 Bullets -- Brian Azzarello, Eduardo Risso, Trish Mulvihill, Clem Robins and Dave Johnson -- is together again for Brother Lono, a new miniseries starring the character who proved to be a favorite among readers of the celebrated crime series. In the first issue of the eight part story, Lono was released from prison and tasked with escorting a young nun, who's just arrived in Mexico, to a mission. But if events in the first issue -- including a rotting corpse on a bus station bench in broad daylight -- are any indication, that's not going to be easy.
Vertigo has provided ComicsAlliance with a five page preview of Brother Lono #2, which you can check out below.
Following the success of Spaceman, the Vertigo miniseries that reunited the entire team behind the multiple Eisner award winning 100 Bullets, DC Comics and Vertigo have announced that writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso are revisiting the world of their critically acclaimed crime series, and once again the rest of the creative team is joining them...