Jim Lee’s Variant Cover To Stephen King (And Scott Snyder’s) American Vampire

DC Comics’s Vertigo imprint have released the previouisly-unannounced Jim Lee cover to American Vampire, half written by Stephen King, half by Scott Synder, and all drawn by Rafael Alberquerque.

That should give the Final Cut-Off orders a bit of a boost I think… now all they need is a catfight with Twilight.

King states “That’s one of the best comic mag covers I’ve seen since the days of my misspent youth, when I haunted the newsstands in Brunswick, Maine each month for the new Creepy or Eerie. Kudos to Mr. Lee”

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