AMERICAN VAMPIRE #12
In this lost tale of Skinner Sweet, it's 1924 when the first American vampire crosses paths with a Wild West show featuring some old pals and enemies from his outlaw days – and he is not happy. From the dying West to flying biplanes, we see how Skinner adjusts to life in the 20th century. Featuring stunning art by Danijel Zezelj (NORTHLANDERS, LUNA PARK).
DMZ DELUXE EDITION BOOK TWO
In these stories from DMZ #13-28, Matty heads undercover to infiltrate a terrorist cell, interviews an enlisted U.S. soldier who’s found guilty of a massacre, and turns his...
DMZ VOL. 10: COLLECTIVE PUNISHMENT
In this collection of tales from DMZ #55-59, citizens and soldiers – new characters and old – weather the storm of a brutal "shock and awe" bombing campaign on the DMZ.
Featuring guest; Art by Danijel Zezelj (EL DIABLO, CONGO BILL)! America's dirty and violent underside was exposed during the Civil War and Reconstruction. However, for Atticus Mann, a former slave turned Freeman, the struggle to survived was doubled in the face of racism and brutality.
AMERICAN VAMPIRE VOL. 3
Collecting AMERICAN VAMPIRE #12-18 and SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST #1-5! Pearl’s husband Henry joins a clandestine group on a secret mission to Japan to hunt a new breed of bloodsucker...
From the start of the war, the man known only as Wilson has been a powerful force within the DMZ underground. In this issue, featuring guest art by Danijel Zezelj (LOVELESS) find out how he came to power at the beginning of the war, and how his shady organization controls the warzone.
Last time we saw the legendary street artist "Decade Later," he was in cuffs and headed to a detention camp. Years have passed, and the man is back, walking the streets like he never left – a symbol of art defiant in the face of violent oppression.
The story of Ruth Cutter—Wes's wife and partner in crime—is not a glamorous one. But then again, very few women living during the Civil War or reconstruction had it very easy. In this stand-alone issue, Ruth's secrets are revealed, showing the brutality of the era, and memories that haunt her.