With his classic movies about the living dead, director George Romero laid the groundwork for what would quickly come to be seen as the zombie genre—a subgenre of horror known for its suspense, gore and apocalyptic overtones.

After the exciting events of last month’s issue, Tig gets her revenge on the man who killed her father…Andrew Bennett! But this is the least of Andrew’s worries, because the gateway to hell has been opened by Cain (a.k.a.

CONSTANTINE #2

Written by JEFF LEMIRE and RAY FAWKES

Art by RENATO GUEDES

Fold-out cover by JUAN JOSE RYP

1:25 Variant cover by RENATO GUEDES

12 "Holy Smoke!" Moments in Comics from 2012, Part 1

Over the past few weeks, “Best of” lists dominated the Interwebs—ranging from music to television to, of course, comic books.

CONSTANTINE #1

Written by ROBERT VENDITTI

Art by RENATO GUEDES

Cover by JUAN JOSE RYP

1:25 Variant cover by RENATO GUEDES

On sale MARCH 13 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T+

THE PHANTOM STRANGER #5

Written by DAN DIDIO

Art by BRENT ANDERSON and PHILIP TAN

Cover by JAE LEE

On sale FEBRUARY 6 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

THE PHANTOM STRANGER #4

Written by DAN DIDIO

Art by BRENT ANDERSON and PHILIP TAN

Cover by BRENT ANDERSON

1:25 B&W Variant cover by BRENT ANDERSON

Today marks the release of the final week of DC Comics’ #0 issues. Each of these special issues is filled with everything from secrets to revelations to origin stories.

For this week’s installment of Preview Monday, we’re giving you first bites out of I, VAMPIRE #0 and AMERICAN VAMPIRE #31.

 

Timed to the one year anniversary of the launch of the historic DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 initiative, DC Comics has introduced 0 month.

 

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