During the Vertigo panel, the DC Comics’ imprint announced twelve new titles coming our way this fall and beyond.

Here are the new titles:

October

  • The Twilight Children – Gilbert Hernandez and Darwyn Cooke
  • Survivors’ Club – Lauren Beukes, Dale Halvorsen, Ryan Kelly
  • Clean Room – Gail Simone and John Hunt
  • Art Ops – Shaun Simon and Michael Allred

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November

  • Unfollow – Rob Williams and Mike Downling
  • Slash & Burn – Si Spencer, Max Dunbar, and Ande Parks
  • Red Thorn – David Baillie and Meghan Hetrick
  • Jacked – Erik Kripke and John Higgins

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December

  • Sheriff of Baghdad – Tom King and Mitch Gerads
  • New Romancer – Peter Milligan and Brett Parson
  • Lucifer – Holly Black and Lee Garbett
  • Last Gang in Town – Simon Oliver and Rufus Dayglo

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“This is a groundbreaking rollout for Vertigo and all 12 new titles represent the imprint at its core: smart and irreverent stories that will take you someplace stranger,” stated Shelly Bond, executive editor of Vertigo. “I can’t be more excited about the diversity of projects and creative teams we have lined up, from Vertigo veterans to a powerhouse of new voices and rising art stars.”

via CBR

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