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Good news, horror fans: Bestselling novelist Stephen King will soon be returning to the world of comics in March 2010 with "American Vampire," an original Vertigo Comics series about the origin of the famous fanged monster on American shores
The Halloween-minded may still have a month ahead of them before heading out to trick-or-treat, but Vertigo's "House of Mystery Halloween Annual" seems to have what readers are looking for in terms of autumnal comic eye-candy
In midtown Kansas City, there are two comics shops situated across the street from one another, like a squat pair of gunfighters in perpetual staredown. The one on the left is younger, a hipster establishment with a healthy shelf of independent comics and street cred
"A little boy with Antlers. A big man with guns. A world without hope."
However, anyone who's read Lemire's work understands that it takes m
It's too early to say much about Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy's upcoming three issue mini-series from Vertigo except that the two preview pages that popped up today on Vertigo's Graphic Content blog look pretty darn cool. After all, this sneaky preview is pretty much the first thing we've heard about the series, which is sl
Mike Allred wraps up his latest "Madman" series, "Madman Atomic Comics" at Image next month, but he isn't slowing down. Vertigo's Graphic Content blog announced today that Allred is teaming up with writer Chris Roberson in 2010 ("Cinderella," "Jack of Fables") for the new ongoing series "I, Zombie."
The title will follow the adventures of an undead Nancy Drew named