Wytches movie

The comic Wytches, from writer Scott Snyder and artist Jock, only just made its debut this past week. But as revealed at the New York Comic Con, it has already been optioned for development by quired by New Regency, with Brad Pitt’s Plan B set to produce. That’s leading to a lot of “Brad Pitt making Wytches movie” headlines, but for the moment we’ll just look forward to seeing what the companies can do with the comic that Snyder and Jock have designed as a true piece of horror storytelling. Read More »

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DC/Vertigo Comics has given /Film an exclusive 7 page excerpt from the beginning of Stephen King‘s segment of the new graphic novel series American Vampire.

Written by celebrated short story writer Scott Snyder and drawn by artist Rafael Albuquerque AMERICAN VAMPIRE is a new monthly comic book series with a unique contribution from New York Times bestselling novelist Stephen King. AMERICAN VAMPIRE introduces readers to a new breed of vampire—a more muscular and vicious species of vampire with distinctly American characteristics. The series’ first story arc, told over the course of five issues (now available as a New York Times bestselling hardcover collection) features two different stories, one written by Snyder, the other by King. The ongoing series will continue with Snyder and Albuquerque tracing the first American vampire’s bloodline through various decades of American history.

King’s story, which is the first comic book writing the author has done based on original material, provides the origin of the very first American vampire.

When notorious outlaw Skinner Sweet, a bank robbing, murdering cowboy of the 1880s, is attacked by an old enemy (who happens to be a member of the undead), the first American vampire is born…. Skinner is stronger and faster than previous vampires; he has rattlesnake fangs and is powered by…. the sun?

Hit the jump to see the first seven pages now. American Vampire: Volume 1 is available now on Amazon in hardcover for $16.49.
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