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Ryan K. Lindsay gives "American Vampire" #28 by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque 4 stars, saying that by the end of the issue "Snyder and Albuquerque will have you right in the palm of their hands."
Scott Snyder's "Batman" partner Greg Capullo provides the variant cover for the first issue of Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" summer epic, "The Blacklist."
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman" #9 4/5 stars calling Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's latest issue a "strong addition" to the current "Night of the Owls" crossover storyline.
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #26 4.5 stars, calling the latest chapter in Scott Snyder's ongoing Vertigo horror story "filled with moments designed to make you feel uncomfortable."
CBR News spoke extensively with Scott Snyder in a 2-part interview about his work, with today's first installment covering his Vertigo series "American Vampire" with artist Rafael Albuquerque.
Scott Snyder visited CBR TV's WonderCon Tiki Lounge to discuss the future of "American Vampire," his and Greg Capullo's "Batman" collaboration and the influence of Elvis on his life and career.
CBR spoke with James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder's former student, who is co-writing upcoming back-up features in "Batman," as well as "Batman Annual" #1 which introduces Mr. Freeze to the New 52.
This week, the Riverdale gang enlists in the KISS Army, Lobster Johnson plays a winning hand, an American vampire offers makeup tips, Dorothy Gale avoids splinters and a Morning Glory Academy students gets detention.
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #24 4.5 stars, saying, "[Scott] Snyder breathes life into these characters, but [Rafael] Albuquerque teaches them how to walk, run and dance."
Ryan Lindsay gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's latest issue of "American Vampire" 4 stars, calling the second chapter of "Death Race" "something other comics creators should study."
Scott Snyder discusses what's ahead in "Batman," both in the main feature and the recently announced back-ups, from the history of the Court of Owls to the role of all the Robins in Batman's current mystery and more.
This April, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Rafael Albuquerque reveal the secret history of the mysterious Court of Owls in back-up stories running through "Batman."
CBR's Doug Zawisza gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #22 4.5 stars, calling it "a brilliant variation on an age-old concept... and a fun read."
After WWII's vampire war, Scott Snyder prepares "American Vampire" for the 1950s with a teenage Rockabilly Van Helsing testing the cast and teases another miniseries.
Ryan K. Lindsay praises the latest issue of Scott Snyder's "American Vampire," giving it 4.5 stars and calling the series "one of the best...gracing our shelves right now."
The creators of DC/Vertigo's "American Vampire" took advantage of fans awaiting a subsequent panel at Comic-Con, sinking their teeth into a room full of new readers
Greg McElhatton says "[I]t's no small wonder that 'American Vampire' just won an Eisner award," and gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's latest issue 4 stars.
Doug Zawisza weighs in on Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #15, giving the issue 4 stars and praising the team for continuing to make "the world that much scarier, especially in the dark."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #14 4 stars and says the series is "going to become a definite cultural touchstone in comics for this period of history."
Writer Scott Snyder talks to CBR News about his “American Vampire” miniseries “Survival of the Fittest” with artist Sean Murphy and plans for the ongoing series about a new breed of vampire.
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV's Kiel Phegley at C2E2 about the upcoming WWII arc in his creator-owned "American Vampire" and its spinoff miniseries, the themes and future of "Detective Comics" and much more.
Vertigo has debuted the covers to "American Vampire" #16 by series creator Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque and the "AV: Survival of the Fittest" #1, the upcoming miniseries by Snyder and artist Sean Murphy.
In coming months, the cast of “Uncanny X-Force” will face off against an onslaught of cybernertic enemies. We spoke with writer Rick Remender about the series, including a special 5.1 issue featuring art by Rafael Albuquerque.
Doug Zawisza gave "American Vampire" #10 a 4 star review calling the latest issue of the Vertigo series by creator Scott Snyder and artist Mateus Santolouco "a book that you really should be reading"
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "American Vampire" #10 by writer/creator Scott Snyder, guest artist Mateus Santolouco and a cover by Rafael Albuquerque. The issue hits December 22.
"American Vampire" creator and writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV about his plans for "Detective Comics," how he figures to incorporate the Batman Inc. status quo into his and artist Jock's storylines and more.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Superboy" #1 by Jeff Lemire and artist Pier Gallo with covers by Rafael Albuquerque and John Cassaday. The new era of the Teen of Steel begins next Wednesday, November 3!
Doug Zawisza gave Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #6 4.5 stars saying, "I’m enthused about what has happened in this book and look forward to more disturbing tales in months to come."
Writer Scott Snyder strikes out on his own in a story that sees the first American Vampires land in 1930s Las Vegas for murder and intrigue based in and around the Depression's most depraved boom town.
Courtesy of Top Cow Productions, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "The Darkness" #86 by writer Phil Hester and artist Sheldon Mitchell with a cover by Rafael Albuquerque, on sale next week.
At Comic-Con International, Vertigo Senior VP and Executive Editor Karen Berger moderated a panel devoted to celebrating the success of "The Unwritten," "American Vampire," "Sweet Tooth," and "IZombie."
The creative forces between DC Comics' Vertigo imprint took to the CCI stage to discuss the company's various titles and what's to come in popular titles such as "Daytripper," "Unknown Soldier," "Fables" and more.
Tim reflects on the impact of Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon on the comics industry and identifies where the current DC House Style comes from, all the while considering how it relates to a special country called Brazil.
CBR's Greg McElhatton loves "American Vampire" #2 by Stephen King & Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque, and raises a glass to Vertigo for adding to its line another excellent title that demands your attention.
The artist behind Scott Snyder and Stephen King's new blood-sucking Vertigo monthly explains why he had to let his art grow up and what it takes to make vampires dirty, classy, bestial and sexy.
While co-writers Stephen King and Scott Snyder embark on dueling interview tours (including here at CBR), the DC mature readers imprint unveils brand new Rafael Albuquerque pages from this week's "American Vampire."
The up-and-comer, Snyder, and the horror icon, King, reinvent the vampire legend at Vertigo with a multi-decade tale of a new breed of bloodsucker, drawn by Rafael Albuquerque.