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    • When Helix was discontinued the following year, Transmetropolitan was shifted to the Vertigo imprint, and remained one of the most successful nonsuperhero comics DC was then publishing.Warren Ellis-Wikipedia
    • The company has published non-DC Universe-related material, including Watchmen, V for Vendetta, Fables and many titles under their alternative imprint Vertigo.DC Comics-Wikipedia
    • Moore's comics were later compiled into a graphic novel and published again in the United States under DC's Vertigo imprint and in the United Kingdom under Titan Books.V for Vendetta (film)-Wikipedia
    • Pollack's first issue was also the first under the new Vertigo imprint of DC Comics (although the trade paperback editions of Morrison's work do bear the imprint, the original issues did not).Doom Patrol-Wikipedia
    • Leonard later had a cameo appearance in Savage Dragon #41, and Leonard and Rhonda have a single-panel cameo when they meet Gerber's Nevada in Vertigo Comics' Winter's Edge #2.Howard the Duck-Wikipedia
    • In addition, characters from the Wildstorm and Vertigo imprints were absorbed into the DC Universe.The New 52-Wikipedia

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