Two books this month from Zenescope! In honor of Halloween, Zenescope has unleashed Grimm Fairy Tales 2017 Halloween Special, written by me with art from several artist teams. This time, you get to join Mary Medina as she goes on a haunted tour in New Orleans where the ghosts may turn out to be a little more than just urban legends!
A bunch of preview pages can be found here and a review here. After you check it out, you can also take a gander at my other book from Zenescope this month, Dance of the Dead #1. Let me know what you think!
It’s New Comic Book Day, and my latest for Zenescope is here! I’m writing their Dance of the Dead five-ish mini-series featuring Mystere and Jasmine, and the first issue is out right now!
Synopsis: The Shadowlands are a dark and mysterious place, filled with the most evil creatures that have ever haunted mankind’s imagination. Now Mary Medina (Mystere) finds herself trapped there with no means of an escape, lured by a powerful enemy into a dance with the dead.
Those familiar with the Grimm Fairy Tales universe will recognize our main characters, but even if you’ve never picked up one of their books, you can dive right in with this first issue. Feel free to check out a preview of the comic and variant covers here or pick it up at your local comic shop. You can also read a review that’s already up at Fandom Post.
I’m looking at proofs for the second issue right now 🙂 If you’ve read the first, feel free to drop a comment below!
Like a little humor in your horror? Then you’ll enjoy following Mike and Josh as they set off after the Monkey’s Paw in Grimm Tales of Terror Vol. 2 #8, from Zenescope. After struggling under student loans and start-up costs, two graduates try a hail Mary: they journey to Central America to find a mysterious tribe that grants wishes. Once they arrive, they discover that getting their wish may require more than they’re willing to give.
Preview of several pages available here. Grab it in print at your favorite comic store, or go virtual here.
Read it already? Let me know what you think!
Who doesn’t love their mummy? My latest comic, a mummy tale inspired by Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado,” is waiting for you to read it! Wander on down to your local comic shop and pick up Grimm Tales of Terror #2. Then wander through 1920s Egypt as the search for a tomb’s mummy takes a grimm turn. Sorry, had to do it 😉
If you like Poe, love mummies (and who doesn’t?), or enjoy horror, won’t hurt to check out this latest issue. Well, it won’t hurt you, at least…
After you read it, feel free to drop a comment below to let me know how you liked it!