Vertigo Announces "CMYK" Quarterly Anthology - All-Comic.com

Vertigo Announces “CMYK” Quarterly Anthology

The four colors that are the basis of comic coloring—CYAN, MAGENTA, YELLOW, BLACK—serve as the inspiration for talent to push the boundaries of short storytelling in the VERTIGO QUARTERLY: CMYK anthology series.

Starting with stunningly simple, bold covers, CMYK will defy all conventions of traditional comic book anthologies. The unifying color may suggest a mood, a plot point, a coloring technique—limited only by the imagination of the incredible talent involved. Starting with CYAN this Spring with stories and art by Jock, Fabio Moon, James Tynion IV, Martin Morazzo, Robert Rodi and Javier Fernandez, Amy Chu, Joe Keatinge, Cris Peter, Shaun Simon and Tony Akins and more! Followed by MAGENTA in summer, YELLOW in fall and BLACK in winter, you’ll see color throughout the year as only Vertigo can deliver.

As reported by Nerdist.com, VERTIGO QUARTERLY: CMYK #1 arrives April 30th. Will you be picking it up? Let us know in the comments below.

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Robert grew up in a small town in the Midwest surrounded by Batman cartoons, comics and toys and still loves the character to this day. He left the Big Two behind (for now) to check out the independent scene and is loving all the amazing stories he's been reading. His favorite current on-goings include Chew, Black Science and Letter 44 while his favorite writer/artist duo of all time is Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. He co-opts his time between digital and print and is a strong supporter of comiXology. You can usually find him on Twitter.
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Robert grew up in a small town in the Midwest surrounded by Batman cartoons, comics and toys and still loves the character to this day. He left the Big Two behind (for now) to check out the independent scene and is loving all the amazing stories he's been reading. His favorite current on-goings include Chew, Black Science and Letter 44 while his favorite writer/artist duo of all time is Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. He co-opts his time between digital and print and is a strong supporter of comiXology. You can usually find him on Twitter.

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