Tag Archives: Vertigo Comics

Sweet Tooth vol. 1: Out of the Deep Woods

Sweet Tooth vol. 1: Out of the Deep Woods Review

Vertigo. 2010 Story, Art: Jeff Lemire Colours: Jose Villarrubia There’s a certain sense of intimacy that comes through whenever an independent comic creator handles both the art and writing duties on a comic. When Eisner-nominated Jeff Lemire (Essex County Trilogy) moved to Vertigo, these indie sensibilities thankfully remained intact in The Nobody, an eerie homage […]

American Vampire #1

American Vampire #1 Comic Book Review

DC/Vertigo, $3.99 Writers: Scott Snyder, Stephen King Art: Rafael Albuquerque Colours: Dave McCaig It’s practically impossible to review American Vampire without first mentioning that Vertigo’s latest marks the comic book debut of Stephen King, who’ll be providing a 5-part secondary tale in this ongoing “vampires through the ages” series from Scott Snyder. And a solid […]

Greek Street #3

Greek Street #3 Comic Book Review

Vertigo Writer: Peter Milligan Pencils: Davide Gianfelice Colours: Patricia Mulvihill Issue 1 of Greek Street was quite possibly one of the bleakest, unpleasant comics ever published by Vertigo. While the series has yet to top supposed protagonist Eddie’s self-castration, Peter Milligan has managed to reach the end of Issue 3 without a single joyous moment. […]

Sweet Tooth #1

Sweet Tooth #1 Comic Book Review

Vertigo Story, Art: Jeff Lemire Colours: Jose Villarrubia DC/Vertigo continue their Machiavellian ploy of releasing the latest first issues at just $1.00, gradually inclining my monthly comic bill into something that could buy a Third World country. Still, when the new series in question is Sweet Tooth, the lingering new effort from indie writer/artist Jeff […]