Diamond Order Code: AUG151699
Page Count: 56 pages
ON SALE DATE: October 7th
One by one, they disappear. The crew of the ship Demeter is traveling from Romania to Whitby, England with a mysterious cargo of coffins. As the crew is beset by a horrific killer, the remaining sailors turn on each other in fear and paranoia. Only when it’s too late, do they realize their cargo is actually the vampire Dracula.
A original full-color horror story based on an excerpt from Bram Stoker’s classic novel, Forty Coffins is the story of Dracula’s trip to England told from the POV of the ship’s crew
FOR FANS OF … Hellboy, Dracula, Wytches, Locke & Key
EVIL DEAD 2: BEYOND DEAD BY DAWN #3 (OF 3)
Don’t look, groovy ones, but there’s a demon at the cabin door! Ash and Annie come face-to-deadly-face with the Demon that has devoured the souls of Annie’s parents. But the Evil Dead duo is armed with the Ex-Mortis and the Kandarian dagger, so that’s enough to save them, right? It’s either beat this guy down in flames or be trapped in Hell forever
FOR FANS OF … Evil Dead 2,The Walking Dead, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
EVIL DEAD 2: TALES OF THE EX-MORTIS #2 (OF 3)
Gather ’round ye groovy Ash lovers for an Evil Dead O’Ween treat: the new Evil Dead “Ash-thology” goes all out for a demonic holiday. The companion to our own Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead By Dawn calls forth three Ash-centric stories of Deadites, ghouls, monsters, and more. Featuring terrifying tales by writers Justin Peniston, Frank Hannah and Jeff Mariotte & Marsheila Rockwell with art Gabriel Rearte, Eder Messias, and Enza Fontana.
FOR FANS OF: Evil Dead 2, Walking Dead, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
BIG GAME HUNTERS:
THE TALE OF THE LIZARD BARON BOOK ONE
In a Victorian steampunk world, monsters and creatures of the night are not going to fit in. Someone has to round them up and put them away. That’s the job of the Big Game Hunters, a rag-tag band of Steampunk Victorian monster hunters with mad skills, blunderbusses and a nose for trouble. In their first complete 3-part adventure, they exterminate a creature in the Scottish Highlands only to discover their reward is a trip to a seemingly deserted Prussian village courtesy of their mysterious benefactor in the Queen’s Directorate. All is not as it seems and the Lizard Baron threatens to stop the Big Game Hunters almost as soon as they’ve started.
A rag-tag group of monster hunters in a fun, fast-paced romp around a Steampunk Victorian world!
Pulp Cultured liked Mixtape #1 so much that they stuck around and reviewed #2!
“Man, if you thought that the first issue of Mixtape punched you right in the gut with nostalgia and a boat-load of feels, you’re in for another comic that’ll put you on your ass for a good ten minutes and make you feel those same things all over again…only harder. Brad Abraham is proving to us and the independent community that he’s a rising star in the making with a more than impressive second issue of an already impressive series.”
Shon had a chance to sit down, via email, with David Lee Andrews of Comic Book and Movie Reviews and talk Space Goat!
“Now what do you think is a cooler name out of Rocket Llama and Space Goat? Personally, I’d pick Space Goat. Want to know why? Well, if I don’t pick this option, I’ll most probably get my head kicked in. No. Not by the goat in question. But by the man standing behind the Goat, Shon, from Space Goat Productions.” — David Lee Andrews
Jordan Cruz over at www.pulpcultured.com/wrote up a really nice review of Mixtape #1.
“Mixtape will hit you right in the face with some serious nostalgia coming back from the early 90s and the days when MTV was in its prime and actually played some really good music and not just shows about meat heads from Jersey. The days of Nirvana, The Pixies, Sonic Youth, and R.E.M. reverberate through every black and white page leaving you with memories of maybe your high-school/college days when you were a part of the-the alternative rock music. For me? I was on month eight in my mom’s stomach when In Utero came out but even I can have a deep appreciation for what Mixtape accomplishes.”