To promote the upcoming American Vampire graphic novel that Stephen King co-wrote, the horror giant appeared on a panel at the New Yorker Literary Festival. Apparently, Twlight scares him. Join the club.
After the jump, check out a video clip of Stephen King at the festival.
American Vampire isn't the only spooky fare on the DC/Vertigo slate this month. Here are some other new horror comics to look forward to this Halloween season...
Another acclaimed horror novelist joins the graphic novel fray this month. This time it's Peter Straub with The Green Woman, based on the serial killer from his "Blue Rose" trilogy.
A Sickness in the Family by Denise Mina and illustrator Antonio Fuso takes dysfunctional families to the extreme when the Usher family dies off, one by one, of the most unnatural causes.
Chris Roberson and Michael Allred bring a feminine touch to zombies with I, Zombie, a tale about a zombie girl detective.
Finally, House of Mystery is back with their second Halloween annual. A selection of twisted tales by Matt Sturges, Peter Milligan, Mike Carey, and Jill Thompson make up this collection.
For more, check out Vertigo's website.