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Keith Lansdale Continues His Father’s Red Range

It’s Alive! has announced that Keith Lansdale, the writer who recently brought you X-Files and Creepy stories, will unleash his imagination on the historical and somewhat Steampunk world his father (Joe R. Lansdale) created in the original Red Rangegraphic novel! Launching in 2019, Red Range: Pirates of Fireworld will be the first new Red Range story in almost two decades!  And the first new comic book series from It’s Alive!

The original Red Range graphic novel was set sometime after the Civil War, when groups like the KKK were gaining popularity in the American South.  After having his family destroyed by the Klan, an African American man named Caleb Range donned a mask and sought his revenge, becoming The Red Mask!  Along the way, he met a young boy named Turon, who’s family suffered a similar fate to his own. Together, the two struggled to survive, while being pursued by the KKK. Then, while trying to escape, they fell through a hole to some deeper layer of the Earth, finding relics from different time periods in Earth’s history, and a sky of fire! A few dinosaurs showed up, and things were really staring to get weird, when the story abruptly ended, with a promise of “Pirates of Fireworld coming soon!”.

This new tale picks up right where the first one left off! Caleb Range (AKA The Red Mask), and his young companion Turon, find themselves under the surface of the Earth, in a world that seems to be lost in time. They are quickly confronted by a group of Steampunk-ish pirates in hot pursuit of a strange fellow who can only speak one name over and over again…Seetoc!  You’ll have to pick up the comic to find out what happens next!

These new Red Range comics will be launching with a beautiful standard cover by regular series artist Jok, along with a group of stunning variant covers by an international collection of artists including N. Steven Harris, Andrew Pepoy, Christopher Schenck, Russell Mark Olson, Ramón Pérez, and Aleksandar Bozic.  Please note: one variant will only be available via the Kickstarter campaign, and one variant will only be available via comic book shops. 

Jon Stewart Vs. Bill O’Reilly: The Graphic Novel

Just in time for this weekend’s debate in Washington, DC, Bluewater Productions has announced a graphic novel pitting Jon Stewart versus Fox commentator Bill O’Reilly. You can get Political Power: O’Reilly Stewart 2012 right now to learn more about these two cerebral pugilists and then watch the live debate this weekend.

Darren Davis, President of Bluewater Productions explained:

When we heard about the upcoming debate at Bluewater, we thought it would be a fun opportunity to showcase our bios in a commemorative graphic novel as a companion to the showdown. Political Power: O’Reilly Stewart 2012” gives the reader an informative look into the lives of these influential political personalities.

Jon Stewart is the force behind the award-winning program The Daily Show and was named “the most trusted man in America.” His show has become a source of news and opinion that sways a generation. Bill O’Reilly is a best selling author and one of the most popular commentators working today. The two are debating this Saturday, October 6th at 8pm ET in Washington, DC for charity. Dubbed O’Reilly v Stewart 2012: The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium, tickets sold out quickly, but people can stream the event, a portion of which, “one-half of the net profits,” will be donated to a number of charities.

Bluewater burst onto the political scene four years ago with their popular comic book biography series Political Power which has covered politicos such as President Obama, Mitt Romney, Colin Powell, Vice President Biden and more.

Political Power: O’Reilly Stewart 2012 was written by Jerome Maida and illustrated by artists Aleksandar Bozic and Tsubasa Yozora. The exclusive, commemorative graphic novel is available now for digital download at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, and more.

Political Power: O’Reilly Stewart 2012