Vertigo Comics was founded in 1993 by Karen Berger, who wanted to create a space for more mature and sophisticated comics. The imprint’s early lineup consisted of just six titles, but it quickly grew to include a wide range of genres, including horror, fantasy, crime, and science fiction. From one-shots and graphic novels to 100-issue comic book series Vertigo would do it all.

Vertigo Comics was known for its willingness to take risks and its commitment to quality storytelling. The imprint’s titles were often dark and disturbing, but they were also smart, well-written, and visually stunning.

Some of Vertigo Comics’ most popular and critically acclaimed titles include: Sandman, Preacher, Fables, Y: The Last Man and 100 Bullets.

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.

To learn more about the comic books of Vertigo Comics, click on a title below.

List of Vertigo Comics

100 BulletsAmerican VampireAnimal Man
Books of MagicEx MachinaDMZ
Doom PatrolFablesHouse of Mystery
The InvisiblesiZombieJack of Fables
LuciferPreacherPride of Baghdad
Swamp ThingSandmanSandman: Mystery Theater
SweetToothTransmetropolitanY: The Last Man