Bava and Argento’s legendary horror film series, Demons, is being re-released and remastered at the end of April on Blue-Ray and DVD, but that’s not all. Alongside the Demons/Demons 2 films, the special edition package will include the official third installment to the franchise, presented as a two-part comic book series. Demons 3is written by Stefan Hutchinson and Barry Keating, with artwork by Jeff Zornow and Peter Fielding. Check out the insane 5-page preview below with the official press release!
Following the exciting news that restored versions of Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava’s blood-curdling zombie horror classics DEMONS & DEMONS 2 will be released on Blu-ray, DVD and Steelbook on April 30th, Arrow Video are pleased to premiere exclusive extracts from the specially commissioned DEMONS 3 COMIC BOOKS (as attached).
For horror fans, it’s what they have been waiting for since 1986… Written by Stefan Hutchinson and Barry Keating, with artwork by Jeff Zornow and Peter Fielding, DEMONS 3 is finally here. The original sequel to the first two DEMONS films, presented as a 2-book comic, which will come housed in the Blu-ray & DVD editions of DEMONS & DEMONS 2.
It is the 16th Century, the time of the plague in Southern France. Amid the carnage, a new evil is starting to take form and only Nostradamus can see it. Are his horrifying visions of the future signs of what will come to pass? Can he stop the demons from taking over the world?
For more information check out the press release
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