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The author of the book: Alisa Kwitney
Edition: Watson-Guptill Publications
Date of issue: September 1st 2003
ISBN 13: 9780823056033
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 7.38 MB
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Since its inception a decade ago, DC Comics' VERTIGO imprint quickly became a revolutionary pop cultural force, featuring stories and artwork too fresh, too original, and too beautiful to be ignored. The VERTIGO series has stimulated intellectual debates, won coveted awards, and virtually heralded a new age in the comic book industry. The best examples of artwork from this groundbreaking imprint were collected in one magnificent volume called Vertigo Visions. To celebrate VERTIGO's 10th anniversary, Watson-Guptill announces a new and updated paperback edition of this celebrated best-seller, with 16 additional pages of masterworks selected from VERTIGO's past three years. Featuring the works of such acclaimed artists as Dave McKean, Marshall Arisman, and Sue Coe, readers will delight in the brilliant images from such classic titles as Neil Gaiman's Sandman, as well as images from VERTIGO's newest hit series-Fables, 100 Bullets, The Filth, Lucifer, and Y: The Last Man. Vertigo Visions Ten Years on the Edge continues to tell a tale: the story of the first decade of an ongoing revolution in the history of comics.
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Read information about the authorI'm the author of YA, graphic novels and novels for adults who still feel young, at least most of the time.
My latest books are Cadaver & Queen from Harlequin Teen, a Feminist Frankenstein meets Grey's Anatomy tale, and Mystik U from DC Comics, which features Zatanna and other magical characters in their first year at college.
My first novel, Till the Fat Lady Sings, is also about college and romance and eating disorders. (It was my thesis at Columbia University's MFA Program, where I felt like an outlier for liking comic books and romance as much as literature.) I was an editor at Vertigo, the mature/dark fantasy branch of DC Comics, before going freelance. (I've also written two hormonal werewolf books as Alisa Sheckley.)
I live in an old house in Rhinebeck, NY with my husband, my cat, and the occasional visiting skunk.
aka Alisa Sheckley