With the release of Black Harvest #6, Battlemouth has written a series retrospective. He writes: "Now it takes an extra special comicbook for me to write a piece on it once it has come to a close. Black Harvest has been one of the more enjoyable reads that i can think of in a long time."
Well, I'm officially back from San Diego, and I'm exhausted. Once the dust settles, I'll give the lowdown on the week's events. For now, I just want to say thanks to everyone that stopped by and picked up an advance copy of Mosh Girls & Monsters. It was great meeting you guys...thanks for your continued support and encouragement.
Well, it's official. "The Lost Books of Eve," a book about, well...the adventures of Eve, will be my next title, premiering in November following Dead @ 17 #3. Now, this doesn't mean the end of Dead @ 17. It will return in December, and both titles will alternate every other month.
Personally, I'm very excited about this. I've been dreaming of drawing this book for a long time now and have literally spent years developing the ideas, themes, and characters. Expect a big, sprawling epic in the vein of Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia, mixed with the fun, action, and adventure of Samurai Jack and Clone Wars.
The book is done and away to the printer. Expect the book to arrive in stores in approximately three weeks, but we will have some early in time for the San Diego Comic Con. So if you're in the area, stop by the Viper Comics booth and get your copy before everyone else. In the meantime, here's a small preview to whet your appetite.