Art book featuring Dan Brereton's creation, the Nocturnals. 176 pages, full color hard cover, with a four page fold out. Nine by twelve inches.
This gorgeous SIGNED AND NUMBERED (limited to 30)16x120 inch print of Eve, aka Halloween Girl, from the Nocturnals, has never before seen publication and is now available as a reproduction of the highest quality. Proceeds will benefit HERO INITIATIVE. for more details please visit:
Red Sonja: Deluge hits comic shops this November!
Find Dan at booth 4902 in San Diego-
plenty of original art, books, sketchbooks and more to be had- including WHAT LOVELY MONSTERS, a limited edition sketchbook and Red Sonja Annual#3 Comic-con variant cover, signed, numbered and sketched!
"Dan Brereton, Monsters, Undead, and a hot red-head in a chain-mail bikini.
Do you really need any more review than that?
Well, fine...since I'm already here...
Brereton works double duty, writing this full-length story, and bookending it with 6 (3 in the beginning, and 3 at the end) of his patented gorgeously painted pages. And, the art team of Batista, Bolson, and Andrade fill the interiors with some equally impressive artwork.
RED SONJA ANNUAL #3
Written and cover by DAN BRERETON
Art by DAN BRERETON & ADRIANO BATISTA
1-in-10 virgin art chase cover by DAN BRERETON
48 pages $5.99
A special Red Sonja Annual, written by Dan Brereton – who also paints selected pages of the story and drawn by Adriano Batista!
Punisher #14 tells the centuries' spanning tale of the origin of the monster-hunting , Victorian Cyborg, Hellsgaard, complete with werewolves, The Lord of Vampires and Daikaju!
All painted by Dan Brereton, scripted by Rick Remender, with flashforward panels by Tony Moore...
check out THIS UPDATED peek:
It's been a momentous and challenging year, harder for some, better for others, and unforgettable for all of us. As we come to the end of 2009 with festival and celebration, We'd like to wish you and your loved ones a peaceful, generous holiday, and a bountiful, safe Twenty-Ten.
And if its not too much trouble, and I don't come off as being preachy here, please spare some time in your day to reflect the plight of others in far worse shape than you. Giving to a local charity can make a huge difference in other's lives, whether you deem your contributions large or small, it all counts.
Check this out! Amazon.com's official blog, Omnivoracious has posted an awesome review of Nocturnals Vol. 2:
- Joe Keatinge
PR & Marketing Coordinator