Scott Snyder’s “American Vampire” has been on hiatus for the past couple of months, but Vertigo has some special plans for the book this summer. HeroComplex reports that Vertigo is planning to release “American Vampire Anthology” this August. The 80-page comic will feature eigth stories from DC all stars, including Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Becky Cloonan, Jeff Lemire, Ray Fawkes, Francesco Francavilla, Declan Shalvey, Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon and more. The anthology follows up the release of the “American Vampire: The Long Road to Hell” one-shot issue from Snyder and Albuquerque in June. READ MORE
As announced a few months back, Gail Simone will be handling the relaunch of Red Sonja at Dynamite Entertainment. Simone will undoubtedly bring some novelty to the heroine as Sonja pays back a blood debt.
The first issue hits shops in July. READ MORE
This news broke yesterday, sorry but I was on a bus, but Gail Simone will be writing Red Sonja at Dynamite Entertainment beginning this July. Walter Geovani will be doing interior artwork, and a whole slew of big names will be helping out with covers. There is still no news about the Rose McGowan film. See all the details below. READ MORE
Bleeding Cool reports that while fans were asking Gail Simone about doing a creator-owned series for the Vertigo branch of DC Comics, she left an ambiguously coy, yet hopeful, answer:
“What an interesting question.
It’s almost happened several times, but it didn’t work out, in the past.
That’s all I can say at the moment!”
While it’s not a “yes”, it’s definitely not a “no”, and it looks like we may hear an announcement from Vertigo sometime in the coming months. READ MORE
Writer Gail Simone and artist Jim Calafiore, the duo responsible for giving us DC’s critically acclaimed “Secret Six”, have turned to crowd-funding site Kickstarter to raise money for their new book Leaving Megalopolis. Simone and Calafiore, join the likes of creators Steve Niles, Ben Templesmith, Dave Sim, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Top Cow, as the latest high profile creators to turn to KickStarter to fund their own creator owned book. READ MORE