Michael Mendheim, video game creator, is teaming up with world-rewound horror fantasy artist Simon Bisley to bring you a three-book series titled, The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse. The first of which, Helldriver is set for release this coming April. As per usual, Bisley is exploring religious themes, the end of days for humanity, and scantily clad women all in the same messed up world.
The publisher, Heavy Metal, stated in a press release that the series aims to be “the Matrix meets Hellraiser”. While this may not be something you want your kids reading, it sounds like it’s going to be a top-notch horror comic with beautiful artwork to boot. Below you can check out the first preview images from the series. Read on for the skinny…
ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Simon Bisley
PUBLISHER: Heavy Metal
RELEASE: April 13
About The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Raised by the Order of Solomon, Adam Cahill is one of a rare handful of highly trained warriors bound by bloodline to guard the Seven Holy Seals that contain the End of Days. But ageless forces have conspired towards a prophetic event foretold by numerous cultures and multiple religions, and when that cryptic date arrives, they strike against the order without mercy! Adam’s world is shattered, his family murdered, and he is sent spiraling into Hell itself. There, he must find three corrupt souls, chosen by Divinity, to join him in battle against the legendary Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Together, these broken individuals must band together to not only save their own souls, but to decide the very fate of Humanity.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is a dark, gritty, action – horror story inspired by the biblical tale of Armageddon. It combines the expert talent of celebrated artist, Simon Bisley with additional art provided by the late Stan Winston, Tim Bradstreet, Chad Fidler, and Dave DeVries, and script written by co-writers Mike Kennedy and Sean Jaffe.
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