Vertigo: A Celebration of 25 Years Hardcover

One of the most influential imprints in comics history celebrates its 25th anniversary in this lavish collection of art and interviews, Vertigo: A Celebration of 25 Years!

Curated by Scott Bryan Wilson with an introduction by Scott Snyder and an afterword by Mark Doyle. Featuring interviews with Garth Ennis, Glenn Fabry, Jamie Delano, Colleen Doran, Jeff Lemire, Jock, Lee Bermejo, Becky Cloonan, Mark Buckingham, Peter Milligan, Sean Murphy, Todd Klein, Ann Nocenti, Kurt Busiek, Paul Levitz, Devin Grayson, Rachel Pollack, Cliff Chiang, J.M. DeMatteis, Paul Jenkins, Mike Allred, Brian K. Vaughan and dozens of other Vertigo creators.

This deluxe hardcover revisits the history of the innovative imprint as told by the people who lived it. A luxurious hybrid of oral history and retrospective art book, Vertigo: A Celebration of 25 Years features a comprehensive timeline of every Vertigo project ever released and insightful new interviews and behind-the-scenes intrigue with Vertigo writers, artists, editors, designers and publishers, while showcasing the magnificent Vertigo covers and interiors from some of comics’ greatest and most influential artists.

Vertigo has long been renowned for some of the best graphic story-telling of all time, as it’s been home to such groundbreaking series as The Sandman, Saga of The Swamp Thing, The Invisibles, Doom Patrol, Y: The Last Man, preacher, Fables, 100 Bullets – and that’s just to start. With Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Brian K. Vaughan, Scott Snyder, Garth Ennis, Brian Azzarello, Frank Quitely, Matt Wagner, Jeff Lemire and countless others among its illustrious alumni, Vertigo has been the place where iconic talent and story meet. 

The 400 page hardcover will be released on November 7, 2018 and retail for $39.99.

Published by Larry Fire

I write an eclectic pop culture blog called THE FIRE WIRE that features articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys & more!

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