Snyder Draws More Blood in "American Vampire"
Jeffrey Renaud wrote:Scott Snyder professes to have happy thoughts -- and of course, he does, as any man with a beautiful bride and two wonderful young boys would -- but he's still creepy. How else do you explain his admission that he would gladly take the fangs of Skinner Sweet to his neck if it meant he could live on forever as one of his own creations, an American vampire.
The Eisner Award-winning writer may actually warrant more lifetime than the rest of us if he continues to push out critically acclaimed scripts like the ones he's developed for DC Comics over the past few years, most recently on "Batman," "Swamp Thing" and Vertigo's "American Vampire."
CBR News spoke extensively with Snyder after he returned home from C2E2 to discuss his work. In today's installment of our two-part interview the writer shared his thoughts on "American Vampire," the series he co-created with artist Rafael Albuquerque.
Snyder teased what's ahead in the coming months, what would happen to one of the series' main characters if he was bitten and the possibility of the master of horror, Stephen King, returning to the title to write another story.