Well, we do what we can, know what I mean? Take a look at what's coming out in the near future:
(And click on titles to reach any webpages about them, okay? If you've got a question or comment, get in touch with the talent or publisher, not me.)
BLOODRAYNE: Vampire blood. Human heart. Deadly intentions. History and horror merge as Agent BloodRayne and the Brimstone Society slice their way through the demons of the night. Echo 3 Worldwide brings you a series of full color one-shots - based on the popular video game from Majesco - to be published quarterly starting this December. Look for it under the Digital Webbing imprint. BLOODRAYNE: SKIES AFIRE #1 is written and lettered by Steven O'Connell, co-written by Jeffery Stevenson, and beautifully illustrated by Romano Molenaar and Marco Galli. Colors by Blond. Full Color. One-shot. 32 pages. $3.99. Listed in the October Diamond Previews under the Digital Webbing Imprint.
Meanwhile, far far away, deep in the South Pole an army is amassing, an army of toys ready for a war. Trouble is indeed on the horizon and these 2 separate worlds collide in a big way! 24 pgs, $3.00
Back to work...
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I'm reviewing comics sent to me – I may not like them but certainly I'll mention them – at Steven Grant c/o Permanent Damage, 2657 Windmill Pkwy #194, Henderson NV 89074, so send 'em if you want 'em mentioned, since I can't review them unless I see them. Some people have been sending press releases and cover proofs and things like that, which I enjoy getting, but I really can't do anything with them, sorry. Full comics only, though they can be photocopies rather than the published version. Make sure you include contact information for readers who want to order your book.