Vampire: The Masquerade

From the internationally best-selling World of Darkness universe, Vault brings readers a brand-new Vampire: The Masquerade comic series, Winter’s Teeth.

When Cecily Baine, a courier for the Twin Cities Camarilla, takes a mysterious young vampire under her wing, she’s dragged into an insidious conspiracy.

Will she be able to escape with her unlife and protect her aging, Alzheimer’s afflicted sister, or will she be yet another pawn sacrificed to the Masquerade? Meanwhile, an Anarch coterie investigates a vicious killing.


"It’s a fun enough story for newcomers like myself and surely captures enough depth for longtime fans, making it a worthwhile purchase for anyone looking for a great new vampire comic to sink their teeth into. While it’s Cecily’s character that will pull me back in for more as she deals with the unraveling situation within the vampires of the twin cities and this mysterious Alejandra, there is enough stellar artwork and intricate plotting to keep nearly any reader deeply engaged."

Comic Watch

"Seeley creates a comic here that evokes classic Vertigo comics on every page, with a world that is complex and interesting with subversive characters and art from Pramanik that is beautifully creepy."

Bleeding Cool

"I can say with sincere honesty that it lived up to my expectations, all while drawing me in and leaving me eager to see how both plots progress in the future. This is arguably a series perfect for old fans, as well as leaving an opening for new fans. While, admittedly, those more steeped in the lore will pick up more details, the writing and art style are solid enough to support new readers as well."

Word of the Nerd

"I’m absolutely in love with what a badass Cecily is.... It’s some excellent character development. The art is, as always, spectacular and perfectly suited to the storyline and the world. The gruesome parts, the different Kindred, the settings: it’s all drawn so beautifully, with colors that really set the tone. Andworld Design does excellent work with the lettering as well."

The Wandering Nerd Girl