Dark Horse Comics made an announcement at last weekend's Phoenix Comicon that the great Steve Niles (Breath of Bones, 30 Days of Night) is returning to his old haunt with a brand-new four-part miniseries: Criminal Macabre: The Third Child.
Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover Issue #1 is coming on December 12th, but we're already looking ahead to Issue #3 and have another guest blog from artist Justin Erickson on the process he used to create the cover.
Guest Interview: Steve Niles Talks Ugly Vampires, How to Treat Fans, Creator-Driven Comics, His Inspirations, and Lots More
Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie provided us with another guest interview this week in which he chats with the incomparable Steve Niles, horror writer extraordinaire.
Issue #1 of the historic IDW/Dark Horse crossover comic Criminal Macabre: Final Night from Steve Niles arrives December 12th, and we have a look at the process artist Justin Erickson used to create the cover.
Check Out Three Pages from the IDW/Dark Horse Crossover Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover #1
Some of Steve Niles’ greatest characters come together in a final showdown in Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover. We have the cover art and three pages from Issue #1 to share.
Now this is some interesting news! Dark Horse Comics and IDW Publishing are teaming up on a once-in-a-lifetime crossover between the critically acclaimed Criminal Macabre and 30 Days of Night.
It was back in August of 2009 when Universal acquired the rights to adapt Steve Niles' Criminal Macabre, which features drug-infused anti-hero detective Cal McDonald, into a feature film; and yes, things have been moving rather slowly, but we finally have an update!
Amidst the usual media-fueled hubbub of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, aside from the Kevin Smith Red State circus and Lucky McKee’s The Woman audience freak-out, a surprise announcement was made from one of the unlikeliest of places: former Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash.
Yet another comic property is getting the big screen Hollywood treatment courtesy of Universal as the studio that horror built has picked up the rights to develop Steve Niles' Criminal Macabre.
My name is Cal McDonald. I’m a private detective. I don’t handle cases most detectives handle because I don’t have that kind of luck. I deal with monsters and freaks and every dark, fucked up thing normal law won’t.