The History of Vertigo Comics
Vertigo Comics, the imprint of DC Comics known for its mature, sophisticated content, was discontinued in 2020. But its legacy lives on.
Founded in 1993 by editor Karen Berger, Vertigo Comics published a wide range of titles, from fantasy and horror to crime and science fiction. The imprint’s books were known for their strong characters, complex plots, and often dark and disturbing themes.
There was something for everyone at Vertigo Comics. Whether you were a fan of fantasy stories about a family of deities or crime-pulp stories about a gun with 100 untraceable bullets, you could find something to your taste at Vertigo.
The imprint’s books challenged readers’ expectations and pushed the boundaries of what was possible in comics. Vertigo Comics was a groundbreaking imprint that helped to redefine the comic book industry. Its legacy is one that will be remembered for years to come.
This website is dedicated to Vertigo’s books and its creators.