Carving The American Way

Anyone who’s read the news over the past year knows that our country is pretty deeply divided right now.

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.

Vertigo for the DC Fan: Paul Dini Introduces Dark Night: A True Batman Story
Vertigo for the DC Fan: Mark Sexton Introduces the Mad Max: Fury Road Comic

Mad Max: Fury Road won big at the Oscars last night, taking home six of the statues it was nominated for: Best Film Editing, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixi

Vertigo for the DC Fan: Suiciders #1 by Lee Bermejo
If you’re a DC Comics fan, you know Lee Bermejo. Known for his hyper-realistic art style and cinematic storytelling, he’s one of the most dynamic creators currently working in comics. His new book is every bit as dark as Joker or Before Watchmen: Rorschach and just as brutal. The only difference? It's not a DC series.
Vertigo for the DC Fan: Effigy #1 by Tim Seeley and Marley Zarcone
When fandom crosses the line, it turns destructive or even dangerous. These are the torrid waters upon which EFFIGY, the new Vertigo series from Tim Seeley and Marley Zarcone, sails. Telling the story of Chondra Jackson, a rookie cop who was once the child star of a kid friendly sci-fi TV show, Effigy is a tale of murder, obsession and celebrity that will keep you guessing with every frightening new page.
Vertigo for the DC Fan: The Wake by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy
Written by Snyder and drawn by Sean Murphy, The Wake is a 10-issue Vertigo miniseries that’s now available in a hardcover collected edition. Part deep sea horror, part post-apocalyptic sci-fi, The Wake is unlike anything you’ve ever read before.
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