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Vertigo Winter's Edge (1998) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Vertigo Winter's Edge (1998) 1
    • Signed by Duncan Fegredo, Phil Winslade, Sean Phillips, Steve Leialoha, Matt Wagner, and John K Snyder III (interior). No certification is included.

    A holiday special featuring an all-new story of Desire of the Endless written by Neil Gaiman, with art by John Bolton. House of Secrets' Rain hosts this first-ever Vertigo holiday anthology, featuring winter tales of some of the line's most popular characters, as well as previews of new upcoming titles: the adventures of The Minx, a new monthly where sex, politics, religion and monkey gods abound by Vertigo mainstays Peter Milligan and Sean Phillips; and Nevada, a spicy, cosmic mystery about a Vegas showgirl, a scene-stealing ostrich and a highly creative vivisectionist, by legendary writer Steve Gerber and artists Phil Winslade and Steve Leialoha. Other stories range from seasonal satire to holiday horror, starring Hellblazer's John Constantine, written by Paul Jenkins with art by THB's Paul Pope; The Books of Magic's Tim Hunter by John Ney Rieber and artist Steve Parkhouse, The Invisibles by Grant Morrison, with art by Philip Bond and Glyn Dillon, The Dreaming's Cain and Abel, written by Peter Hogan and Caitlin R. Kiernan with art by Girl's Duncan Fegredo; and Sandman Mystery Theatre's Golden Age Sandman, written by Matt Wagner and Steven T. Seagle, with art by John K. Snyder, and a House of Secrets story (and framing device for the special) by creators Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen. Plus, a Preacher interview with Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. Painted wraparound cover by Brian Bolland. Mature Readers. FC, 96 pg. Rebax Format. Cover price $7.95.

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  • Issue #2
    Vertigo Winter's Edge (1998) 2

    "The Minx" by Peter Milligan, Sean Phillips, and Kent Williams. "Transmetropolitan" by Neil Gaiman and Jeff Jones. "Sandman Mystery Theatre" by Steven T. Seagle and Paul Rivoche. "Books of Magic" by Peter Gross and Jason Lutes. "Scene of the Crime" by Ed Brubaker and Michael Lark. "The Invisbles: Paper Dolls" by Grant Morrison, Phil Jimenez, and Kevin Nowlan. "Nevada" by Steve Gerber and Phil Winslade. "The Dreaming" by Caitlan R. Kiernan and Teddy Kristiansen. "Hellblazer" by Garth Ennis and Glynn Dillon. Cover by Mike and Laura Allred. Edgy Winter by Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson Cover price $6.95.

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  • Issue #3
    Vertigo Winter's Edge (1998) 3

    WRITTEN BY NEIL GAIMAN, WARREN ELLIS, PETER GROSS, AND VARIOUS; ART BY MICHAEL ZULLI, DAVE GIBBONS, MICHAEL LARK, DARICK ROBERTSON, RODNEY RAMOS, AND VARIOUS; COVER BY PHILIP BOND In stores November 17. What do you want for Christmas? Your answer could be influenced by Desire, cover featured on this year's VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE III, a holiday anthology sampler of current and upcoming projects from the acclaimed line of mature-readers titles. Desire takes the lead story as well as the cover (a line-art creation by THE INVISIBLES' Philip Bond) in a wintry tale written by THE SANDMAN's Neil Gaiman, with art by THE SANDMAN: LOVE STREET penciller Michael Zulli. This period piece is set during a blizzard that forces a train to tumble, leaving many hearts and lives completely shattered. WATCHMEN artist Dave Gibbons writes and draws a holiday story of HELLBLAZER's John Constantine, who encounters a man called Herod, searching London for a prostitute who is heavy with child. Only Constantine can stop the killing, but does he want to?Writer Peter Gross and artist Michael Lark (SUPERMAN: WAR OF THE WORLDS, SCENE OF THE CRIME) open THE BOOKS OF MAGIC for a tale of the ever-inquisitive Dead Boy Detectives (last seen in THE SANDMAN), who breach Tim Hunter's safe haven at the Inn at the End of the World, rolling into town as a human snowball. Caitlín R. Kiernan, writer of THE DREAMING, teams with PROPOSITION PLAYER's Bill Willingham to share a Pleistocene winter's tale about one of Morpheus's former ravens. The TRANSMETROPOLITAN team of writer Warren Ellis and artists Darick Robertson and Rodney Ramos spread holiday cheer as outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem manages to have a millennial moment in the snow, even in a city where no one seems to know what year it is. And the 100 BULLETS writer-artist duo of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso tell a story of the 1960s, where the recipient of Agent Graves's special briefcase and gun may be the missing link in the ultimate conspiracy theory. WINTER'S EDGE III also includes holiday-themed previews of three new ongoing titles planned for release next year: SWAMP THING, written by Brian Vaughn (X-Men, Wolverine) with art by Roger Petersen (SubHuman) and Joe Rubinstein, which reintroduces Tefe Holland as the 18-year-old half-Elemental, half-human searches out expert advice about her strange new powers, along the way learning about the deadly effects of mistletoe; DEADENDERS, written by Ed Brubaker (SCENE OF THE CRIME) with art by Warren Pleece (TRUE FAITH) and Richard Case (THE SANDMAN), which follows an unforgettable group of dead-end teenagers roaming through a post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland; and THE GREAT SATAN, written by Jamie Delano (HELLBLAZER) with art by newcomer Goran Sadzuka, which introduces a clan of immortals in the American West. Completing the Special is an interview with writer Jeph Loeb and artist Chris Bachalo on their new VERTIGO miniseries, THE WITCHING HOUR. MATURE READERS FC, 80 PG." Cover price $6.95.