Today President Barack Obama faced the entire world, and announced his newest budget-busting idea, the deficit feeding, prehistorically inspired behemoth – “MECHAGODZILLA”. The announcement hot off the heels of the announcement that the President would be putting together a crack-team of numerically inclined “professionals” to help think-tank new ideas on how to cut the National Debt. When asked if these Super Minions were also bionic the President chuckled and replied dryly “At their tender age, let’s face it, who isn’t?“, to which the room erupted into laughter. Read on for the skinny…
After setting the board up perfectly for one of the biggest heavy-weight bouts this side of Roseanne Barr Vs. Rosie O’Donnell for the Last Slice of Pie, scribe Eric Powell is all set to release issue #4 of “GODZILLA: KINGDOM OF MONSTERS”. The series (which has been nothing short of a hit since its debut earlier this year from IDW) is ready to set off some early fireworks, and beyond the break you can read the first 8 pages and get all the details. Read on for the skinny…
With the recent arcs in IDW’s “JURASSIC PARK” series being less than stellar it is a pleasant (and sorely needed) surprise to see that the title will finally be returning to where the entire story began. This past weekend the publisher announced the newest story in the series would be titled, “DANGEROUS GAMES”, and most importantly that the series would be bringing fans the return to the island of Isla Nublar! Below you can get all the details on the title and a look at the advance cover art…
WRITTEN BY: Greg Bear and Erik Bear
ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Jorge Jimenez
COVERS BY: Jeff Zornow and Geof Darrow.
“The time has come… to return to Isla Nublar! The famed original Jurassic Park island has become overgrown and wild after years of being stuck in United Nations limbo. A major criminal overlord has moved in and started using the island as a base of operations. Undercover agent Espinoza tries to bring down the drug cartel- but when he’s found out, there’s only one place to run… the dino-infested island interior! It’s survival of the fittest at Jurassic Park!”
“JURASSIC PARK: DANGEROUS GAMES” Issue #1 Drops This September From IDW Publishing! (MSRP – $3.99)
Adding to the wet dream of horror talent that already makes up the “’68″ creative team, this August publisher Image Comics will be enlisting the help of illustrator Jeff Zornow (“HALLOWEEN: NIGHTDANCE”, “DAY OF THE DEAD: DESERTION”) for an all new one-shot in the series. The book will still feature series regular Mark Kidwell on the writing side, and inker Jay Fotos will also be returning. Below you can get all the details and some advance cover art.
WRITTEN BY: Mark Kidwell
ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Jeff Zornow
COLORS BY: Jay Fotos
“A young soldier comes back home from Vietnam. However, seen through the eyes of one traumatized by battle and suffering from previously latent schizophrenia, Nebraska does not appear to be the gentle place of his memories. In fact, it appears to be a battleground teaming with the threats of enemy occupation… from both ‘Charlie’ and the undead. ’68: HARDSHIP is a journey into a psychological realm of hallucination, violence and undead horror!”
“’68: HARDSHIP” Issue #1 Drops On August 24th From Image Comics! (MSRP – $3.99) READ MORE
The past few months have been owned by the monstrous “GODZILLA” over at IDW Publishing, but now that the monthly is heading into its third installment, and the pieces are all in place, the big green lizard is about to find he has some major competition in the form of Rodan and Anguirus! The series is slated to release the issue this Wednesday, and if you make the jump you can get a look inside the ish with an 8 page preview and 2 more variant covers. Read on for the skinny…
Let’s face it: we all love zombies and war. I mean c’mon – it is easily the most played out subgenre running right now for the 18-25 crowd besides sparkly vampires and vibrantly colored socks. Granted, this alternative is infinitely more entertaining, and won’t leave you feeling emasculated and itchy. Proving to be the best undead laced horror title in comics this side of Robert Kirkman’s “THE WALKING DEAD”, fellow Image Comics monthly ” ’68 ” is impressing critics and casual readers everywhere with its unique take on the genre. If you are one of the few who has yet to get in there, then we suggest you read on for the 5 page preview of the series’ second ish that hits shelves this Wednesday. Read on for the skinny…
Quite easily the coolest, funniest, and most downright entertaining tongue-in-cheek indie horror title since the inception of “HACK/SLASH”, “THE LIVING CORPSE” has always been on horror comic aficionados radars for its ingenious writing and throwback art style. Well it has been quiet for the character recently, but finally publisher Dynamite Entertainment has taken notice, and this August the series will return with “EXHUMED”! Below you can get all the details for yourself.
WRITTEN BY: Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson
ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson
COVER BY: Haeser, Hasson and Jeff Zornow
“The Living Corpse rises from the grave in an all-new 6-issue mini-series! It’s hard enough to be The Living Corpse — the flies, the hunger for human brains, and the unending task of holding off the hordes of darkness from creeping into the world of the living. But when a Nosferatu suddenly moves into his graveyard, all hell breaks loose! And what will happen when The Living Corpse’s friend, Lilith, get’s caught in the middle? It’s a battle of the undead and only one will be left standing!”
“THE LIVING CORPSE – EXHUMED” Issue #1 Drops This August From Dynamite Entertainment! (MSRP – $3.99) READ MORE
The last time I brought you an interview with Jeff Zornow it was uncensored… with a picture of two dudes, a goat, and some good old-fashioned bestiality. This time Zornow brought Jay Fotos and Mark Kidwell along for the ride, and they were nice enough to talk with BD about Tyrannosaurus Rex. Released last February by Image this one-shot tells a story about a man, a journey, and a T-Rex that will kick the living hell out of everything in its path. Don’t just take my word for it. Read on to see what they have to say…
WARNING: The Following Interview Is Uncensored And Contains Language And Suggestible Material That May Not Be Safe For Work.
When the teasers for Jeff Zornow and Mark Kidwell’s latest project, “TYRANNOSAURUS REX”, hit the net there was a confused fever across the horror comic community as some thought that the teaser was another piece of artwork for Rob Zombie’s long promised series by the same name. However, when the dust settled it was apparent that that was not the case, and instead the two horror titans would be bringing fans of such giant monster movies as “GODZILLA” a much more Jurassic treat. Inside you can get another all new 5 page look inside the first issue that went on sale today from publisher Image Comics. Read on for the skinny!
We are here once again to discuss one of the many gloriously gory and disturbing stories in the “Moon Lake” anthology by Archaia. This time I got a chance to interview Jeff Zornow about his artwork in the story “Desensitized Deidre”. Jeff was nice enough to give Bloody-Disgusting a look at some behind the scenes artwork that was censored before it could make the final cut, and of course that means I am going to shove it in your face in a completely uncensored interview.
WARNING: The Following Interview Contains Exclusive, Never Before Seen Images, Which Have Been Deemed Too ‘Disturbing’ For Print Previously. Viewer Discretion Is Strongly Advised. Oh…And There’s Some Strong Language Too. Have Fun.
The Ray Harryhausen inspired dino epic known as “TYRANNOSAURUS REX” was first made known to us here at Graphic Content earlier this Fall, as it was revealed that publisher Image Comics would be working with the writing team of Jay Fotos & Mark Kidwell (along with illustrator, Jeff Zornow) on the prehistoric horror title slated for a a February release date. Since then there haven’t been any real updates, but that all changed today as Newsarama released the first look inside the series’ debut issue, which can be found beyond the break. Read on for the skinny!
Today Image Comics released a teaser photo of the presumed cover artwork for an all new series that is slated for February entitled ‘TYRANNOSAURAS REX’ (No, it doesn’t appear to have anything to do with the Rob Zombie teased title of the same name). Little is known about the series at this point, but we do know that the book will be illustrated by none other than Jeff Zornow (“HALLOWEEN: NIGHTDANCE”, “DAY OF THE DEAD: DESSERTION”)! The teasers can be found below!
“TYRANNOSAURAS REX” Issue #1 Drops This February From Image Comics! READ MORE
Who remembers the interview we did a few months back with “DAY OF THE DEAD: DESERTION” scribe Stefan Hutchinson regarding his smash-hit project with video distributor Arrow Video? For those of you who need a refresher course, Stefan told us that if things went well with “DESERTION” and the fans came out, that the scribe would be doing more stories based around othe fan favorites. Well you delivered, and now Stefan, Keating, and Jeff Zornow are making good on their word as the creative team are again paired up by Arrow to take on Dario Argento’s “DEMONS”! Beyond the break you can get all the details on the special edition DVD release, the specs, and even a 4 page ‘teaser trailer’ for the new original 2 part comic book to be packaged with the release aptly titled, “DEMONS 3″! Read on for the skinny!
Bloody-Disgusting.com has been informed by author Stefan Hutchinson (“DAY OF THE DEAD: DESERTION”, “HALLOWEEN: FIRST DEATH OF LAURIE STRODE”) that the horror anthology “MOON LAKE” coming from publisher Archaia later on this year will be available for FREE at booth #2365. The book features work from not only Hutchinson, but Tim Seeley (“HACK/SLASH”), and art from Jeff Zornow (Fright Rags, “HALLOWEEN: FIRST DEATH OF LAURIE STRODE”)! Inside you can get all the details from the man himself if you make the jump. Read on for the skinny.
Welcome to another fun filled installment of everyone’s favorite (almost) weekly horror column, Killer-Graphics! Hopefully everyone had a good weekend, and if you are reading this I can only assume that you didn’t die in some horrible freak Beer-Pong accident. Last week we brought you the first half of our 2 part interview with renowned horror illustrator Jeff Zornow. In that interview we discussed Jeff’s career up until this point, and we even touched on some of his upcoming projects. That was kind of mean for us to tease you like that, so in order to rectify that we give you the second half of our interview that delivers all the information we could possible give you without being sued. (Hey, we even threw in a fancy exclusive illustration) So what are you waiting for?! Make the dang jump! Don’t make me tell you twice!
Welcome back from the long weekend everyone! I do hope that all of you spent it eating plenty of BBQ’d animal parts (Or human, for those of you who are of the cannibalistic taste), drinking plenty of adult beverages, and blowing up all sorts of random things. (The neighbor’s cat does count) Whatever the case, it is now Monday, and so that means it is about time we all get back to the old grind. However, before we jump into all of that we have a very, very special treat for you. After a little bit of a hiatus for Killer-Graphics we are ready to go ahead and kick-off another exciting batch of interviews with some of horror’s most amazing talents in the field of illustration. For those of you who know me you know I like to be cliche and start/end things on a high note, so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that to kick this off we have a very special interview with none other than horror maestro Jeffrey Zornow! Inside you can get a look at the first half of our special 2 part long interview in which we discuss the artist’s career both past, present, and future in all the detail you would expect from two horror-holics who enjoy rambling on all day. Read on for the skinny.
I’m going to quote BC before we start this review and just say that Full Disclosure: ‘Day of the Dead’ is my favorite Romero film. Now I’m not saying I don’t love ‘Night’ and ‘Dawn’, but there is something about Romero’s third film in the ‘Dead’ series that just appealed to me more than the rest. Perhaps it is the career defining work of one Tom Savini who meticulously rendered so many trend-setting make up and prosthetic FX scenes in the film’s unforgettable finale. Or maybe it was that amazing character named Bub, who came out of nowhere and made an a-typical Romero flick a CLASSIC one. The idea that Bub presented, one of hope and prospect, added a whole new dimension to the film and gave viewers a brand new iconic cult character. That is why I went into ‘DESERTION’ a bit pessimistic and came out the other side very pleased. Read on for the full review.