THE MONSTERVERSE HITS COMIC-CON!
MONSTERVERSE ENTERTAINMENT has been invited to host a San Diego Comic-Con panel, MONSTERVERSE COMICS ATE MY BRAIN, featuring its Publisher/Editor/Artist and storyteller Kerry Gammill, West Coast editor/writer/artist and screenwriter/producer Sam F. Park and top contributors to its BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE horror anthology comic book series along with noted film director and writer Robert Tinnell of Monsterverse's epic horror graphic novel series, FLESH AND BLOOD.
SDCC 2011 Friday 5:00-6:00 Room 9 Monsterverse Horror Comics Ate My Brain.
There is no escaping Bela Lugosi's Tales From The Grave horror anthology comic and upcoming graphic novel series, Flesh And Blood. Joining Monsterverse's Kerry Gammill (Superman) and Sam F. Park (The Halfway House) are Bela Lugosi Jr., screenwriter Peter Briggs (Hellboy), Robert Tinnell (Flesh And Blood), James Farr (Xombie), Chris Moreno (World War Hulk), Mark L. Miller (Ain't It Cool News), Dan Brereton (The Nocturnals), James Groman (The Hobbit), and Mike Dubisch (Aliens vs. Predator). Expect a slideshow and discussion of Monsterverse's horror projects, along with a Q&A session.
Monsterverse will be screening art and pages from its upcoming Bela Lugosi horror comics and the new graphic novel four-book series, FLESH AND BLOOD, superbly written by Robert Tinnell and beautifully drawn by Neil D. Vokes.
You can check out the official link for the Monsterverse panel at San Diego Comic-Con International's page:
The highly acclaimed BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE #1 is still available for a short time at comic shops but the first printing stock is almost gone. Ask your shop to order it from Diamond (all back-orders are honored) while our supply lasts.
Monsterverse goes digital! Starting 6/8/11 on iTunes Apple App Store via iVerse Media (the iVerse Comics + app) you can download Apple apps for iPod, iPad and iPhone featuring the first issue of the acclaimed horror anthology comic book series hosted by Bela Lugosi in BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE.
Online link to iVerse takes you to the iTunes App Store: