SWAMP THING BY BRIAN K. VAUGHAN VOL. 1
In these stories from 2000’s SWAMP THING #1-10 and VERTIGO WINTER’S EDGE #3 , Tefé Holland, daughter of Swamp Thing and Abigail Arcane, must learn to control her powers and use them...
FLINCH BOOK ONE
The first eight issues of Vertigo’s quirky, star-studded horror anthology is collected for the first time! These stories spotlight a small-town cult, a violent gang of senior...
VERTIGO SECRET FILES: HELLBLAZER #1
A new printing coinciding with CONSTANTINE: THE OFFICIAL MOVIE ADAPTATION, this Special features two compelling tales of John Constantine by an all-star array of talent. Plus, interviews with HELLBLAZER writers, a dossier of character information, a HELLBLAZER timeline, and much more.
BATMAN BEGINS: THE MOVIE AND OTHER TALES OF THE DARK KNIGHT
Batman Begins explores the origins of the Batman legend and the Dark Knight's emergence as a force for good in Gotham. collection that also features a quartet of classic Batman tales! In addition to the Warner Bros.
SWAMP THING BY BRIAN K. VAUGHAN VOL. 2
In these stories from SWAMP THING #11-20, Tefé helps a friend escape her father, a ruthless congressman, then runs headlong into radical environmentalists whose own plans are every...
FLINCH BOOK TWO
In this second helping of horror from FLINCH #9-16, read about a heart transplant with unexpected results, the day a different kind of Santa visits the mall, a torrid affair between...
STRANGE ADVENTURES #2
Adam Strange discovers that someone – or something – is stealing stars. But no one believes him! Has Adam gone crazy? Meanwhile, Comet remains in hiding until the arrival of a very unexpected visitor while Bizarro tries putting an end to a senseless war.
HELLBLAZER: THE FEAR MACHINE
In THE FEAR MACHINE, collecting HELLBLAZER #14-22, Constantine looks for a way to reconnect to humanity — but how can such a man ever find inner peace? Constantine finds himself encamped with a new-age pagan group that's tapping into their own psychic abilities — but a defense contractor is out to exploit their powers. Is the company's aim just political, or is it something much more sinister?