With such raw energy from its engaging protagonists, “Clown Fatale” #4 offers up one last crime spree and comes to a rip-roaring conclusion. In the noir genre, the dangerous assignment always brings in tons of excitement and unexpected twists. Sexy clowns and crime have a really funny way of working together in the last installment of “Clown Fatale.” READ MORE
This year’s Marvel wedding has been announced, and who deserves to tie the knot more than Deadpool? Marvel is trying to keep his bride a secret until the wedding, which will go down in “Deadpool” #27.
The main story in the oversized issue is written by Messers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn with art from Mike Hawthorne and Scott Koblish. Marvel is also bringing in some big guns for the big day including Fabian Nicieza, Mark Waid, Joe Kelly, Christopher Priest, Jimmy Palmiotti, Frank Tieri, Gail Simone, Daniel Way and Victor Gischler. See all the wedding details below. READ MORE
As the book nears completion, Dark Horse’s “Kiss Me, Satan!” continues to power through its narrative of violence and death without mercy. With only two installments left in the miniseries, the third installment sees huge plot developments and unexpected twists that effectively showcase Victor Gischler and Juan Ferreyra best work in the KMS universe to date. READ MORE
A pulpy punch of crime and noir, “Clown Fatale” #1 bursts with raw energy that readers will definitely enjoy. Steeped in the noir genre, there is a dangerous assignment for our four protagonists with tons of excitement. Clowns and crime have a funny way of working together in this comic series. READ MORE
Victor Gischler’s “Kiss Me, Satan!” #2 is dripping with the kind of cultural atmosphere expected from a book set in the historic Garden District of New Orleans. But it isn’t until Gischler, and artist Juan Ferreyra, take readers through the antiquated gates of Lafayette Cemetery that the issue enters the wonderfully ethereal world of lore and legend. READ MORE
Cajun folklore has inspired many supernatural themed tales in popular culture, and New Orleans seems to be an increasingly common backdrop for these stories. With mythology that is rich with legendary beings — like the shape-shifting rougarou (werewolves), witches, vampires, swamp monsters, and ghosts — it’s not hard to see why. Furthering the trend is Victor Gischler, who has teamed up with Juan Ferreyra and Dark Horse Comics, to deliver some of these fabled elements to The Crescent City. READ MORE
With school starting up again, for horror fans it really just means we’re one month closer to Halloween, which means loads of new horror comics. Dark Horse is at it again this year with a lineup of horror titles to provide that much needed Fall chill. Victor Gischler and Juan Ferreyra have a new miniseries kicking off at the end of September titled “Kiss Me, Satan!” (formerly titled “Witch Hunt”).
The book follows Cassian Steele, the head honcho of the werewolf mafia. Problem is, Verona, a witch, knows his secret and has gone into hiding. Naturally, Cassian wants her head. We have a behind the scenes look at Dave Johnson’s cover art here, and below you can check out an extended preview. READ MORE
Victor Gischler and Maurizio Rosenzweig have a new series coming your way from Dark Horse Comics this fall. “Clown Fatale” is a dark, violent, and gory dark comedy that takes place in a world where female clowns abandon the circus in order to become contracted killers. Dark Horse is bringing the grindhouse mentality to comics, and it seems the creators aren’t holding back. If there’s any medium for over the top characters and blood-splattering action, it’s comics. See more details below. READ MORE
NEWS FLASH: “The Incredible Hulk” is can kick the crap out of a centuries old vampire. To me that is the equivalent to Mike Tyson getting in the ring with my 86 year old Grandmother. Hand ol’ Big Green a Hammer of the Gods and I can’t believe how the Bloodsucker made it three issues. Whatever the case, beyond the break you can get a 4 page look at the series’ latest ish that hits shelves Wednesday. Read on for the skinny…
I still hold firm that Marvel Comics needs to completely do away with the entire vampire shtick, but unfortunately the publisher hasn’t gotten the memo. Therefore, much against our better judgment, you can get a three page look inside the series second ish. Read on for the skinny…
Straight out of the pages of “WOLVERINE AND JUBILEE” comes the continuing struggle of newly fanged mutant Jubilee within the pages of Victor Gischler’s (“CURSE OF THE MUTANTS”) “X-MEN” monthly from Marvel Comics. Sometimes I wonder if Gischler and the gang are just bullying poor Sparky, but then again when you are a character that never gets anymore attention than being the butt-end of an “X-MEN” themed joke, you’ll take it where you can get it, eh? inside you can check out a 5 page preview of the series’ 11th issue and read the full synopsis. Read on for the skinny…
“FEAR ITSELF” might be the big deal story-line for Marvel Comics right now, but that doesn’t mean that Victor Gischler and his “DRACULA” are going anywhere. This week the publisher will be releasing the newest installment in the scribes’ bloodsucker yarn with, “TOMB OF DRACULA” issue #1, and if you make the jump you can check out a 5 page preview and get all the details. Read on for the skinny…
Straight from the floor of Wondercon 2011, today news broke during the Marvel panel that the publisher will once again be handing the stake over to scribe Victor Gischler (“CURSE OF THE MUTANTS”) for another vampire laced story-line, this time as part of the upcoming “FEAR ITSELF” event, with “HULK VS DRACULA”!
“Matt Fraction and the whole FEAR ITSELF team teed us up perfectly, [so Hulk] was less tricky,” he alludes. “Vamps in this particular situation are hovering in a gray area. Such powerful creatures walking that line can be a tricky thing. You’re not going to see Dracula jump up and yell ‘We’ve got to save the citizens!’ He’s just not built that way.” – Victor Gischler (Per -Comic Book Movie.com)
The first book will be hitting stands this September, and below you can get all the details on the series as well as a look at the cover art.
WRITTEN BY: Victor Gischler
ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Ryan Stegman
“Hulk is now one of the villainous Worthy so it’s time for him to smash his way through the Marvel Universe, but only one hero can stand in his way and it’s…Dracula?!
This is where Death of Dracula, Tomb of Dracula Presents: Throne of Blood and X-Men have all been leading, as Dracula and the mysterious Raizo (Throne of Blood) must put aside their millennia old feud to stop the Hulk from annihilating the entire vampire race! Because if they can’t stop Hulk, no one can! Acclaimed creators Victor Gischler and Ryan Stegman bring you one of the most important battles in FEAR ITSELF…and no one walks away unscathed.”
“FEAR ITSELF: HULK VS DRACULA” Drops This September From Marvel Comics!
Marvel is hoping that they have a hit on their hands (Let’s face it – they need one at this point) with the newest major storyline from the publisher who brought you such classics as “THE CLONE SAGA”, “HOUSE OF M”, and “CURSE OF THE MUTANTS”, with “FEAR ITSELF”! I know you are excited, and so am I, if you cannot tell from my sheer elation for the fact that the clock is steadily ticking down until the April 27th release date for “TOMB OF DRACULA: THRONE OF BLOOD” issue #1. (Yawn) In any event, inside you can check out a 5 page preview of the book before it hits shelves next month. Read on for the skinny!
After some very painful, but more often than not entertaining moment, Victor Gischler and Co. are ready to unleash Dracula upon the “X-MEN” in issue #6 of “CURSE OF THE MUTANTS”. The series’ thrilling(we hope) conclusion begins this Wednesday, but beyond the break you can check out a 5 page preview and get one last taste. Read on for the skinny!
The moment readers of Marvel Comics’ “CURSE OF THE MUTANTS” have been waiting for has finally arrived, and this Wednesday series writer Victor Gischler will be unleashing issue #5 on readers worldwide. Beyond the break you can check out the 7 page preview of the issue to hold you over. Read on for the skinny!
After failing to really impress me with the last 4 issues of “CURSE OF THE MUTANTS”, I will admit that this actually looks mildly promising (well played Marvel…well played indeed.) Next month the publisher will be releasing the fifth installment of the Victor Gischler written story of “X-MEN”, and beyond the break you can check out an advance 4 page UNLETTERED preview. Read on for the skinny!