First Look: American Vampire Bites Into the Bicentennial
Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque return to the series that launched their careers in this exclusive first look at American Vampire 1976 #1.
Vertigo For the DC Fan: Vertigo Gets Vampy

It’s October. Halloween’s right around the corner, and if that’s not scary enough, there’s the election right afterwards. It’s the time of the year for terror, and your comics should reflect that.

There’s still glitter on the streets. Fridges are filled with half-empty bottles of champagne and gyms are extra crowded due to people working on their resolutions.
The end of the year means a lot of things: traffic around Times Square, midnight kisses and the clinking of champagne flutes across the globe and gyms full of people looking to stick to their resolutions.
It’s time to make a list and check it twice because you don’t want to forget all the wonderful comic book fans in your life. To help you find some great ideas for presents, many outlets have begun publishing their annual Holiday Gift Guides.
Before you put on that costume you’ve been waiting to wear all weekend and stuff your belly with candy tonight, check out some highlights of the coverage of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 that’s run over the past few days.
The bogeyman. The monster in the closet. The things that go bump in the night. They show up, sometimes, in a good spooky story. But what gives us nightmares, what really keeps us up late at night, can't always be named.
The bogeyman. The monster in the closet. The things that go bump in the night. They show up, sometimes, in a good spooky story. But what gives us nightmares, what really keeps us up late at night, can't always be named.
The bogeyman. The monster in the closet. The things that go bump in the night. They show up, sometimes, in a good spooky story. But what gives us nightmares, what really keeps us up late at night, can't always be named.

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