Why is it super special? Because we are giving you even more comics today for your money. Which if you think about it is a pretty sweet deal because you didn’t pay anything to see them in the first place. Martin Brandt and Ronnie Tucker have been doing some work in Google + influencing a zombie movement. This Halloween has been wonderful for zombie posts on Google +, which is great because it gives me fodder for this blog, but I especially wanted to share this work because its original. Not only does it give you a child’s book feel about the zombie apocalypse, but it also references some artists that are well known in their industries, and if not should be.
Charles Dowd is the illustrator of Lilith Dark and can be found on his official website. His realistic faces are uncanny and horror artwork can be really creepy. If anyone could make a decoy to fake zombies out, it just might be him.
Dwight McPherson (hat) is the writer of the origial comic The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo. Mike Dubisch is a Lovecraft inspired artist who’s work will drive you mad! Illustrator of The People Who Melt In The Rain and The Black Velvet Necronomicon
Beyond a doubt Paul Roustan may just have the coolest job ever. An exceptional and celebrated body painter, Paul’s work may have you doing double takes! Check him out!
He’s Electric! Boogie Woogie Oggie. Peter Terren’s artwork will shock you, to say the least. His work with Tesla Coils, lasers, and other fun dangerous electrical stuff will sure send you into shock and awe! www.tesladownunder.com
Last but not least, Byron Rempel. Being a zombie artist for over 20 years, he would be the only one on earth to actually be able to create and control zombies. Well him and George Romero. Byron who worked with Martin on the story “The Game,” is best contacted on iDrawZombies. If you want to see more of Byran’s work, you should pick yourself up a copy of our Dead Future Anthology as he has done some pinups in there that are amazing! Actually pick up 2 copies, one you can tear out the pin ups to hang on your wall, and the other to keep.
For those of you who do not know who Ronnie Tucker is, you should visit his website http://ronnietucker.co.uk. His artwork covers a variety techniques, but his watercolor work is phenomenal. You may also view these comics on Google Plus and join in on the discussion.
This actualy leads me into my final message for Halloween. IF you want a free copy of our Dead Future Anthology, take part of our Zombie Look Alike contest! Follow the link for more details and email your pictures into me for your chance to win. I am extending the deadline of the contest one more day to allow those who aren’t able to post till the day after Halloween to do so. So the new deadline is November 2nd! And to make it even easier, I’m also opening entries to twitter! All you have to do is tweet the pic and description and mention me @PenguinPrince25. That’s it! How simple is it to receive your free copy of our book? I will then contact you if you are the winner. There isn’t much time left people so get those costumes finished and get me your entries!
-Till Fate brings our future