Wow. That looks awesome. And one issue of American Vampire a month is simply not enough.
His memory's gone! Or...is it? It's not hard to fake amnesia! The Goblin is capable of anything!
That was the best news of today's solicitations! What a great team for that miniseries!!
Currently enjoying: Batman, Batwoman, Dial H, Detective Comics, American Vampire, Saga, The Manhattan Projects, Locke and Key, Atomic Robo, East of West...
oh yeah, looking forward to the American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares mini. that last mini was pretty great.
So based on everything Snyder said about Lord of Vampires featuring Hobbes, Felicia and Gus, I guess my Travis = Gus theory goes out the window... Seriously, math added up... was from Las Vegas... had Skinner kill his family (essentially) I was so close, sorta.
I hope whoever Travis is, he's got some sort of connection to someone.
Um, I think I know who Travis Kidd is, and its a nice swerve. I'll just say that. And I think its going to be a huge what the moment for this board.
So what's the new guess? Everything still f'ing says Gus to me, but it's not based on Snyder's comments about Lord of Nightmares and Gus being with Felicia in Paris. I'm looking through the Vegas arc and really can't find anyone else that would be from there, and have their family killed by Skinner. I mean, there was that prostitute at the beginning... she could have got pregnant? But I fail to see how she'd matter.
If Mr. Snyder plans on making a worthy tribute to the Plot Twist Gods, I think he may end up being the son of Mr. Hamilton, the actor from the first arc. Either him, or an adopted son of vampires (as corny as the second one sounds.) Before you guys start flaming me, THINK ABOUT IT! What would be more mind-shattering than finding out that your parents aided the very creature you devote every second of your life to destroying?
Also, hi guys! I'm used to lurking around forum waters, but I figured this would be a perfect time to jump in :D
And then I remembered that the Vegas arc and Hollywood arc are two separate things. So much for making a good first impression