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Writer Kevin Baker Talks The Craft Of Comics And Taking Readers To ‘Luna Park’


For a relative newcomer to the comic book medium, author Kevin Baker doesn't seem to have had much trouble fitting right in.

It shouldn't come as much surprise to readers either. Over the years Baker's explored a fairly diverse career in writing...

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Stephen King and Scott Snyder Bring ‘American Vampire’ to Vertigo


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...

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Vertigo Gives A First Look At Chris Roberson and Mike Allred’s ‘I, Zombie!’


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...

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Vertigo Creators Share Eerie Experiences In Halloween Anticipation


October 31 may still be more than a month away, but judging from the candy clogging grocery stores since August, the season is ripe for discussion.

With that, presumably, in mind Vertigo's Graphic Content blog has some spooky memories from the teams behind the upcoming "House of Mystery Halloween Annual," which contains short stories from "Hellblazer," "Madame Xanadu," and Chris Roberson and Mike Allred's "I, Zombie...

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The Direct Market Death of ‘Young Liars’


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...

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Sweet Teeth: Vertigo’s Latest ‘Sweet Tooth’ Preview


Jeff Lemire's ("Essex County") upcoming "Sweet Tooth" monthly at Vertigo seems to have a simple premise:

"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 more than a few teaser phrases to sum up his comics, especially given their propensity to blur the lines between a harsh reality and an even harsher fantasy...

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Preview of Grant Morrison & Sean Murphy’s ‘Joe The Barbarian’


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...

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Chris Roberson and Mike Allred Team Up For New ‘I, Zombie’ Book At Vertigo


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...

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Vertigo Launches Graphic Content with ‘Peter and Max’ Excerpt


Vertigo, the DC Comics imprint that brought you "Sandman" and "Preacher," just launched its own blog called "Graphic Content," where they're going to be adding previews, news, and behind-the-scenes articles by editors...

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A Fitting End to ‘Y’?


As is the case with pretty much every comic I read, I was a latecomer to Y: The Last Man--gimme a break, I only started reading comics a few years ago. But I was immediately stricken with Brian K. Vaughan's extremely clever dialogue laced with some of the best and dorkiest pop culture references I've ever read--and that's saying something because I used to follow Bill Amend's weekly FoxTrot comic strip religiously...

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