There was a big press conference last week where Marvel extolled the upcoming Death of Dracula series. We weren’t invited of course, but that’s what we hear. Until we can give our fair and balanced assessment of the issue, Marvel has released a preview of The Death of Dracula #1 that arrives in stores on June 30, 2010.
Press Release With its critically praised horror anthology series Vincent Price Presents, Bluewater Productions has already proven it knows horror. This summer, Bluewater will explore the edgier side of comics once again with the release of two of its darkest series yet, Nanny & Hank and its long-awaited sequel to Insane Jane.
While the werewolf and zombie craze is starting to wane, vampire interest is starting to peek once again, and BOOM! Studios is hoping it will pay off for them with the release of Dracula: The Company of Monsters by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, and Scott Godlewski. “Dracula’s a character who’s always fascinated me,” says series creator Kurt Busiek, “and getting a chance to build something firmly rooted in Dracula’s real-world (and Stoker-novel) history, but with a very modern edge, is the kind of creative challenge I love. It’s the world’s greatest vampire against the corporate world — and there’s no
here’s a bit of awesomeness that features Abraham Lincoln fighting John Wilkes Booth.Â Turns out the Presidential assassin was a vampire, and Lincoln knew how to fight back. From the New York Times bestselling author of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES comes the true history of our sixteenth president – Seth Grahame-Smith’s ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER. Too bad this is just a trailer for a book, because the production value in this is awesome sauce with a side of kick-ass slaw.
Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz, the writers behind Marvel’s Thor movie currently in production, have been signed by Paramount Pictures to write “Damn Nation”, a vampire tale set in the future.Â The movie is based on Dark Horse’s comic book by the same name, and written by Andrew Cosby (now an exec at Boom! Studios). Set in a U.S. evacuated after an attack from “inhuman nocturnal predators,” the comic tells the tale of the survivors after the government has been forced to relocate to London while scientists search for a solution. Cosby and Ross Ritchie are executive producing the
Press Release Are you infected? Radical Publishing in conjunction with Eerietube.com is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity for fans to win some amazing prizes, including a copy of FVZA: Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency #1.
Twilight.Â Twilight, Twilight, Twilight.Â Stephanie Meyer.Â Vampires. Now that we have the link baiting out of the way (hello Twilight fans), here’s a bit of news that will excite all of those that are finding this article thanks to our mad SEO skillz – Twilight author Stephanie Meyer will be featured in the October issue of Bluewater Productions’ Female Force. “We chose Stephenie Meyer to be one of the subjects for Female Force because her voice is one for a new generation. Now people will find out the history of how she created this series, as well as her life
vs. My Patience This past week finally saw the end of one of the most god-awful series DC has ever produced.Â Surprisingly, Iâ€™m not talking about Final Crisis or Batman RIP, rather the horrid horror/superhero mini-series Superman & Batman vs. Vampires & Werewolves.