Famed horror artist Dan Brereton provided the monster action for the cover of Volume 2 of Flesh and Blood, the acclaimed horror graphic novel series from Monsterverse, and of course we have a look at it right here!
Dark Horse Comics has announced a new level of horror is on its way: a classic werewolf tale entitled Riven. The third collaboration between co-writers Bo Hampton (The Legend of Sleepy Hollow) and Robert Tinnell (The Wicked West), Riven is 196 pages of finely tuned terror that will send shivers up your spine!
Fans of the Monsterverse graphic novel Flesh and Blood, can now wear their feelings on their sleeves ... or on t-shirts, mugs, clocks, and more as the Monsterverse Store has opened on Cafe Press, a one-stop shop for your favorite moments and graphics from the award-winning publication.
Yesterday we got our first look at the cover art and today comes a teaser trailer for Monsterverse's upcoming graphic novel series Flesh and Blood, which is being released just in time for Halloween. Take a look and let us know if you're as excited as we are!
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!
In October, just in time for Halloween, Monsterverse will be releasing Volume One of its new graphic novel series Flesh and Blood written by Robert Tinnell and illustrated by Neil D. Vokes. Sam Park, West Coast Editor of Monsterverse's Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave anthology comics, recently interviewed Vokes and has graciously shared his ten Q&A's with Dread Central.
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!
Brad Anderson is one of those directors who burst on the horror scene with a super spooky early entry (2001's Session 9) but just hasn't quite lived up to his potential. That could possibly change now that he's been signed to direct the film version of graphic novel The Living and the Dead for Solipsist Films.