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Preview: Dark Souls: Winter’s Spite #1


WRITER: George Mann
ARTIST: Alan Quah
FC – 32pp – $3.99 – On sale: November 9

Beyond this tenuous fabric lies a place of banishment; a world within a world where the frigid nights endure and even the Old Lords fear to tread. Only the deluded dare venture there, yet in these times of misery, sometimes madness is our only path toward salvation…


Dark Souls: Winter’s Spite #1 – New series from George Mann and Alan Quah!

Titan Comics has revealed that Dark Souls is being revived for a brand-new series; Winter’s Spite!

Dark Souls: Winter’s Spite #1 is a brand new four-part mini-series from the creative team of the sell-out Dark Souls comic series – writer George Mann and artist Alan Quah. The first issue is out on November 9.

Beyond this tenuous fabric lies a place of banishment; a world within a world where the frigid nights endure and even the Old Lords fear to tread. Only the deluded dare venture there, yet in these times of misery, sometimes madness is our only path toward salvation…

Dark Souls: Winter’s Spite features covers by top talent including Jana Heidersdorf, Nick Percival, Nat Jones and Caspar Wijngaard.

DarkSouls_WS_1_Cover_A_Alan Quah

WonderCon 2016: American Gothic Press’ Announcements

At their first ever WonderCon panel, American Gothic Press took the stage and talked about their first year they’ve had with titles like Gunsuits, Broken Moon, Project Nemesis, Monster World, and the more recent success in Irwin Allen’s Lost in Space: The Lost Adventures.

The discussion then focused on the upcoming action title Killbox, with writer Tom Riordan and artist Nathan Gooden on hand to talk about the process and the decision to keep the comic in black and white. They revealed the cover of the upcoming third issue (see below). The comic drops April 20, 2016.


After Killbox, the conversation switched to Lost in Space, with discussion of both the current story arc “The Curious Galactics” and the upcoming “Malice in Wonderland” (LOST IN SPACE #4-6). It was announced that colorist and cover artist Patrick McEvoy will be taking over art duties for the second arc.

Lost in Space

The discussion then focused on the upcoming Tales From the Ackermansion Kickstarter launching in May. To celebrate Forrest J Ackerman’s 100th birthday later this year, Famous Monsters of Filmland is putting together a graphic anthology to honor their founder. The list of contributors so far includes Kirk Hammett, Ray Fawkes, John 5, Richard Christian Matheson, Dan DiDio, Matt Frank, Christian DiBari, Charlie Benante, Juan Ferreyra, Darick Robertson, Bob Eggleton, Ben Meares, David Weiner, Holly Interlandi, Joe Moe, Adam Egypt Mortimer, Travis Williams, Dave Kelly, Trevor Goring, Buzz Dixon, Mark L. Miller, Jim Terry, Jonathan La Mantia, Lara Antal, Victoria Lau, and Patrick McEvoy.


Looking towards the future, the cover for Island 731 by Jeremy Robinson and Kane Gilmour was debuted, illustrated by Jeff Zornow. The first issue solicits in May 2016.


Gunsuits will return later this year with Gunsuits: Alix, a one-shot with Philip Kim, Holly Interlandi, and Dennis Calero as the creative team.


Finally, it was announced that Broken Moon will also be returning, with Nat Jones returning on art duties. The cover was shown, featuring a sinister looking Gill-Creature.


Preview: Broken Moon #4

Broken Moon #4

Story: Steve Niles
Art: Nat Jones

It’s come down to this: an all-out attack on the vampires’ city stronghold, with the fate of the planet hanging in the balance. But will Frankenstein’s army be enough for the humans and werewolves to tip the scales in their favor? And how will they stop the vampires’ ocean pollution from toxifying the air itself? Don’t miss the epic finale to the horror series critics are raving about!


Preview: Broken Moon #3

Broken Moon #3

Story: Steve Niles
Art: Nat Jones

In dire need of an army, werewolves and humans searched for Frankenstein—and found him… in a city alongside scores of other patchwork people he’s sewn up along the way. But this mad, broken doctor is only interested in experimenting—quite possibly on Rantz’s and Avery’s friends—and it will take a dangerous journey to the Vampire City to convince him that the destruction of the world is at hand.


Review: Broken Moon #1

Broken Moon #1 coverAfter explosions on the moon cause the earth’s tides to wipe out most of humanity and civilization, monsters of legend rise to take their place. Broken Moon opens in a massive city of vampires who have taken to polluting the skies to block out the danger of the sun. A human spy, Avery, escapes the city with valuable information about the vampires’ plans and reconvenes with her small tribe—few of whom escape with their lives following a confrontation between the vampires and a pack of werewolves.

Steve Niles and vampires, go together like peanut butter and jelly. In contrast to his other his other well known works 30 days of Night, this book has werewolves as well. While the vampires in this may have a heavy a more thought out system of ruling their cities. Using humans more like cattle, and factory workers than just slaughtering them like madman. However, there is some human resistance who live outside of the vampire cities. Even the werewolves have various stages of their change. Which defiantly works with the story, giving the story a classical blend of monsters.

The art by Nat Jones is dark, yet realistic. For the most part there is very little use of color. Most of the world is done as various shades of black, and grey with only a little red and oranges. However there is some demonstrations of color as the story progresses. It injects some color into a very dark world. The series begins a bit more colorful, with those reds and oranges, but progresses to a gray color palette, playing more with the idea that humans literally break the moon, hence the title Broken Moon.

This is a new take on the classic monsters we all grew up with.

Story: Steve Niles Art: Nat Jones
Story: 9.0 Art: 10 Overall: 9.5 Recommendation: Buy

American Gothic Press provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: ’68: Bad Sign (One-Shot)

’68: Bad Sign (One-Shot)

Story By: Mark Kidwell
Art By: Richard Bonk
Art By: Jay Fotos
Cover By: Nat Jones
Cover By: Kyle Charles
Cover By: Jay Fotos
Variant Cover By: Richard Bonk
Variant Cover By: Jay Fotos
Price: $3.99
Diamond ID: FEB150501
Published: April 15, 2015

In December of 1968, a violent, random serial killer launched a spree of terror on the San Francisco area. On February 13th…the living dead rose and turned the entire world into a slaughterhouse. Now, hidden away in a derelict warehouse deep in the butchertown district, a human monster continues his bloody work, taunting the few remaining cops and hunting humans without fear in a city of the damned.


Preview: ’68 Jungle Jim: Guts‘N’Glory

’68 Jungle Jim: Guts‘N’Glory

Story By: Mark Kidwell
Art By: Jeff Zornow
Art By: Jay Fotos
Cover By: Nat Jones
Cover By: Jay Fotos
Variant Cover By: Nate Van Dyke
Variant Cover By: Jay Fotos
Price: $3.99
Diamond ID: JAN150598
Published: March 4, 2015

JUNGLE JIM IS DEAD. LONG LIVE JUNGLE JIM! Private Brian Curliss returns to Vietnam, armored in bamboo, burlap, and a haunted gas mask to avenge a group of slaughtered US Peace Corps volunteers murdered by the sadistic guerillas of the Khmer Rouge. In hellish jungles swarming with the living dead, a hero’s sanity can pass the breaking point…and his soul be lost in the eyes of a ghost from home.


Preview: 68: Homefront #4

68: Homefront #4

Story By: Mark Kidwell
Art By: Kyle Charles
Art By: Jay Fotos
Cover By: Nat Jones
Price: $3.99
Diamond ID: OCT140727
Published: December 3, 2014

Trapped in a snow bound cabin somewhere outside Black Falls, Canada, a group of terrified survivors must battle more than the blizzard outside to keep their pulses. A maniacal, gun-toting mountain man, an undead Mountie, and a mob of shambling, rotting, reanimated corpses all want inside. As Vietnam-era draft cards burn, horror mounts…and blood will stain the snow.


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