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    Default Vertigo Announces "Vertigo Quarterly: CMYK" Anthology

    Vertigo has announced plans to publish "Vertigo Quarterly: CMYK," an anthology series launching April 30 with stories by Fabio Moon, Jock, & more.


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    Hope we get more news about this soon. So much stuff with barely any information and it all falls off my radar by the time it comes out.

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    Love the name, love the covers, love Vertigo. I'm down for this.

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    Clever. I'm in.

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    Count me in!

    Great idea from Vertigo, I am loving those minimalistic covers.
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    Simple but catching covers, 4 issues/year. Vertigo brand. OK. I am in.

    Now: how many pages?? What sort of anthology book?? The price, please??

    What's strange is that Dark Horse has its own monthly anthology book from, wow, months, and Vertigo is just starting its own???? Something is rotten into the Kingdom of Comic Books...
    2000 AD of course!!!
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    Love my Vertigo anthologies, so will be adding this to pull list.

    A small independent publisher over here in the UK called Nobrow Press have been doing 'themed' type anthologies for years.

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    Yes ! Very cool theme and another step in rebuilding the brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedman View Post
    Love my Vertigo anthologies, so will be adding this to pull list.

    A small independent publisher over here in the UK called Nobrow Press have been doing 'themed' type anthologies for years.
    Nobrow are great! Or rather were. Popped into their East London offices last week and had a really nice chat with their sales rep. They're concentrating more on academic-style art books like London Deco for the moment though.

    There were some excellent anthologies out last year - the American Vampire anthology and Twisted Dark vol. 4 both topped my end of year list!

    That said, this looks nice. Good idea for an anthology. Will definitely be checking this out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reservoir Dork View Post
    Nobrow are great! Or rather were. Popped into their East London offices last week and had a really nice chat with their sales rep. They're concentrating more on academic-style art books like London Deco for the moment though.

    There were some excellent anthologies out last year - the American Vampire anthology and Twisted Dark vol. 4 both topped my end of year list!

    That said, this looks nice. Good idea for an anthology. Will definitely be checking this out.
    Shame they are not focusing on comics any more, as they are really unique to everything else in the market.

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    I always look forward to anything Vertigo publishes. This is no exception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedman View Post
    Love my Vertigo anthologies, so will be adding this to pull list.

    A small independent publisher over here in the UK called Nobrow Press have been doing 'themed' type anthologies for years.
    Mome, Kramer Ergot and Drawn & Quarterly Anthology have done that too.

    Anthologies are HUGE hit or misses for me. I always wait until I hear good reviews before buying one.
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