We've been hearing a lot lately about Monsterverse's upcoming graphic novel series Flesh and Blood (look for it around Halloween of this year), and today Dan Brereton's cover art for Volume 1 was revealed. Dig it!
For some time now Anne Rice has been teasing on her Facebook page that a big announcement was imminent, and today it finally came: Her Interview with the Vampire is being adapted into a graphic novel with the same plot but a new point of view. Read on for the details.
Still depressed over the latest update from Hellboy creator Mike Mignola that pretty much confirmed no Hellboy 3 directed by Guillermo Del Toro? Yeah, us too. How about taking comfort instead in an original Hellboy graphic novel hardcover coming at you this November?
Earlier today a nice surprise landed in our inbox: an exclusive first look at the cover art for Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave Issue #3 by artist David Hartman. Of course we couldn't wait to share it!
With teen bullying being a hot topic in headlines these days, VIZ Media couldn't have picked a better time than this week to release award-winning artist Yoshinori Natsume’s manga series Kurozakuro. The graphic novel is offered under the Shonen Sunday imprint and rated ‘T+’ for Older Teens. Its synopsis follows:
A few months ago we told you about Shawn Granger's Family Bones, a true crime graphic novel about Ray and Faye Copeland, elderly serial murderers from Missouri who were in their 70’s. Now we have info on how you can enter the Family Bones Book Trailer Contest and win prizes valued at more than $1,500!
One thing that's indisputable is that truth is stranger than fiction, particularly when it comes to crime and killing sprees. Case in point: Ray and Faye Copeland, a couple of elderly serial murderers from Missouri who perpetrated their crimes while in their 70's. Sound intriguing? Then read on about Family Bones, a true crime graphic novel written by the Copelands' actual great-nephew.
San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Dead Space Aftermath Animated Feature & Dead Space Salvage Graphic Novel Announced
Now that we've slain the beast known as the San Diego Comic-Con, it's time to play a little bit of catch-up with a few stories that were announced over the past few days but haven't been reported here on Dread Central yet. Case in point - Two all-new products in the Dead Space™ franchise: animated feature Dead Space Aftermath and graphic novel Dead Space Salvage.
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Written by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith, Tony Lee Art by Cliff Richards