Vertigo Comics was a mature comic book imprint of DC Comics that ran from 1993 to 2020. The imprint’s titles, such as Preacher, Y: The Last Man, Fables, 100 Bullets, and iZombie, featured adult themes and edgy characters that challenged the conventions of the comic book industry.
Vertigo Comics was founded by editor Karen Berger, who wanted to create a space for more mature and sophisticated comics. The imprint’s success helped to usher in a new era of comic books that were more adult-oriented and critically acclaimed.
Vertigo Comics’ impact on the comic book industry is still felt today. The imprint’s titles have been adapted into successful television shows and films, and its creators have gone on to become some of the most celebrated names in the industry.
This website is dedicated to preserving its history.
HistoryOfVertigoComics.com is owned and Operated by Cole Watts. A digital marketer by trade, Cole Watts was an avid comic book reader during the late 90’s and early 2000’s. To learn more about him, visit ColeWatts.com or, email him today at ColinWWatts @ Gmail dot com.