American Vampire best new series

Posted: July 26, 2011, 22:32
Last week end, at the San Diego Comic Con, there was the Eisner Awards 2011 in which American Vampire won the "best new series" awards.

Thanks to Herbert West

King and American Vampire

Posted: April 19, 2011, 08:48
Many of you have asked if I know if King will be back with American Vampire and here's the best answer we can get at the moment. It's from an interview with Scott Snyder at AICN.

[Interviewer: O]ne more thing about AMERICAN VAMPIRE. I was wondering if there were any word on Stephen King ever coming back and doing some more stuff?

SS: He teases it. He’s doing a little piece, a foreword, for us in prose for the volume two which is out in May, which we are really excited about which collects issues six through eleven. But he always has an open door man. I talk to him a lot. We send him every issue and he’s always chiming in about where he’d like to be, so my hope is we are really, really thrilled about what we have planned for the fifties. I have a big, big twist and a new character I want to bring in that is sort of our version of a Punisher. He’s a character who has actually been tucked into the series earlier in a hidden way and my feeling is that if he comes back at any point, it will probably be there. I think that he can’t really resist hot rods and vampires.

Thanks to willowlove

American Vampire offer

Posted: October 6, 2010, 08:32
Here is an offer you can't refuse if you're getting American Vampire:

The Stephen King Catalog and Overlook Connection Bookstore are giving away a FREE American Vampire Poster with each book order of AMERICAN VAMPIRE! This is a promotional only poster from DC / Vertigo! It is a movie sized poster to put up in your own Stephen King library! All you have to do is put "Lilja Facebook" in the memo field when ordering the book from The Overlook Connection!

You can see all of Stephen King and Scott Snyder's AMERICAN VAMPIRE Books and Comics at the Overlook here.

My review of American Vampire

Posted: September 20, 2010, 00:27
Finally my review of the fifth issue of American Vampire is online. You can check it out here.

You can also pre-order (released October 5th) the first five issues in a hardcover edition here.

2nd printing cover

Posted: May 11, 2010, 23:28
Click for a larger imageHere is the cover for the 2nd printing of issue #1 of American Vampire.
Thanks to Herbert West

Cover for issue #4

Posted: April 15, 2010, 10:09
Click for a larger imageHere are the cover for issue #4 of American Vampire.

American Vampire; issue #2

Posted: April 4, 2010, 22:50
Here is an article about American Vampire that contains spoilers for issue #2.

Thanks to willowlove.

Two days to American Vampire

Posted: March 15, 2010, 22:19
Two days until the first issue of American Vampire is released and now you can check out a trailer for it here and an interview with King himself about it here. And here is an interview with Scott Snyder.

Thanks to Maria Pia and herbertwest

Vampre covers

Posted: February 24, 2010, 00:24
Here is the cover for issue #3 and the variant cover for isseu #1 of American Vampire

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Thanks to Herbert West

Issue #2 of American Vampire

Posted: January 22, 2010, 12:38
Here are some info about issue #2 of American Vampire:

On sale APRIL 21 € 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US € MATURE READERS
1:25 variant cover by BERNIE WRIGHTSON

It's been nearly 20 years since notorious outlaw Skinner Sweet was buried on boot hill. But when a group of grave-robbing collectors of Western memorabilia uncover his final resting place, they find much, much more than they bargained for. And: Pearl Jones was attacked and left for dead by a cabal of powerful Hollywood vampires. Now, a mysterious stranger comes calling and Pearl gets a second chance at life - and at revenge.
Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers.

Thanks to Daniel Taylor

The creative process behind a cover...

Posted: January 15, 2010, 12:35
Bev Vincent posted this on his board:

The somewhat controversial "Sunpire" (that is to say, Vampires fueled by the sun rather than killed by it) aspects behind Stephen King and Scott Snyder's upcoming Vertigo title "American Vampire" may have some would-be readers wary - especially in lieu of the "Twilight" films' sparkly motifs - but I gotta say, Rafael Albuquerque's art makes me forget all about that noise.

Over at Vertigo's Graphic Content blog, Albuquerque gives readers a rundown on his creative process behind building the cover image for the series' second issue.

It's a pretty interesting look at his approach to composing a striking cover, especially his closing remarks about color choice.

The best part is that, judging from the light sources in the image, fans won't have to worry about the series' fanged protagonist sparkling when the series hits in March.

You can also see more of how the cover was created here.

New cover

Posted: January 14, 2010, 23:58
Here is another cover for American Vampire.


Posted: December 21, 2009, 07:28
Here is the cover for the upcoming cover American Vampire.

Thanks to Jeremy Guerineau

Skinner is coming...

Posted: October 26, 2009, 15:16
King will be part of yet another comic. This time it's the story about the vampire Skinner. This will be an original story by King. Read more on King's official site or at Newsarama.

Thanks to Daniel Taylor.