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Writers' and Artists' Names: Frank Forte, Dwayne Harris, Nat Jones, Chuck Brown, Philipp Nuendorf, Elizabeth J. Musgrave, Szymon Kudranski, Martin Shapiro, Juan Ferreyra. A great way to introduce Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Trenchcoats, Cigarettes and Shotguns, written by Chuck Brown and illustrated by Philipp Nuendorf; When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named, Trypp; he begins to leave a path of death, destruction and blood to avenge her. But he also begins to embrace the darkness within his soul. Black Powder #2, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a "Buckskin Apocalypse Now". Robert Young and his crew set out on the Mississippi River in search of Molly Livingston, who has been captured by the ruthless river pirate Samuel Mason. As they make their way north, against the current, they approach hostile indian territory as well as the first in series of terrible earthquakes. Farmhouse is a tale of a drifter who falls in love with an artist undergoing an experimental art therapy regimen, by Elizabeth J. Musgrave and Szymon Kudranski. Chopper #2 Preview: (written by Martin Shapiro, Illustrated by Juan Ferreyra) Christina and her rowdy girlfriends go to the Daytona Bike Week motorcycle rally and sneak into a nightclub to see a heavy metal band. After taking a hit of the supernatural drug known as Stairway to Heaven, Christina and Trish encounter the ghostly Reaper, a headless Hell's Angel on a chopper who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife.
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A great way to introduce Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Fearless Dawn By Steve Mannion features our favorite new heroine battling a troop of mutants. Black Powder, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a Buckskin Apocalypse Now. Warlash Origins features a tale of Bladeviper by Royal McGraw and J.C. Wong. Farmhouse is a tale of a drifter who falls in love with an artist undergoing an experimental art therapy regimen, by Elizabeth J. Musgrave and Szymon Kudranski. In Warlash Zombie Mutant Genesis, our armored hero goes up against a horde of brain eating monsters, by Frank Forte. EEEK! by Jason Paulos, is an anthology of retro style horror tales.
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Writers and Artists: Frank Forte, Steve Mannion, Dwayne Harris , Jason Paulos, Nenad Gucunja, Szymon Kudranski, Elizabeth J. Musgrave, Bryan Baugh, Mike Vosburg, Pete Ventrella A great way to introduce Fearless Dawn and Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Fearless Dawn:In Outer Space features Steve Mannion's bodacious bad girl is back in this superbly drawn comic book masterpiece! In this issue, Fearless Dawn's arch nemesis Helga Von Krause is at it again, this time planning an attack from Outer Space. Of course, no one believes Fearless Dawn when she predicts the attack, so our gal has to do it all alone... again! Will Fearless Dawn save planet Earth? Retro-Rockets, Muscle-Bound Monsters, Babes and Machine-Guns litter the sequential landscape in this latest offering from The Maestro. Black Powder #3, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a "Buckskin Apocalypse Now". Mike Vosburg Delivers the sexy occult heroine Lori Lovecraft. We also preview Farmhouse #4 by Musgrave and Kudranski. We peek into the fan fave horror anthology EEEK! #9 by Jason Paulos. Experience the gothic horror that is Wulf and Batsy by Bryan Baugh. Retrowood, by Mike Vosburg, is a neo-noir tale in a grim alternate reality of Tinsel Town. Also a preview of the latest Zombie Terrors and the upcoming Undead Evil. 48 pgs, PC
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This horror comic by Bryan Baugh chronicles the adventures of a big bad werewolf named Wulf and a feisty little vampiress named Batsy who wander the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people and get run out of town. It's not an easy thing to be a monster! We Have No Home: Part One Meet big bad werewolf Wulf and feisty little vampiress Batsy as they wander the earth in search of a place to call home
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This horror comic by Bryan Baugh chronicles the adventures of a big bad werewolf named Wulf and a feisty little vampiress named Batsy who wander the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people and get run out of town. It's not an easy thing to be a monster! We Have No Home: Part Two The townsfolk of Eppworth Ruddy aren't taking too kindly to the monsters they've discovered in their midst.
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It's not easy being a monster. Wulf and Batsy stumble upon a cemetery where corpses can't rest in peace, due to constant grave robbing by a mad scientist. They want to help the tragic, unquiet dead - but how? A new storyline begins here, and this issue marks a great "jumping on point" for new readers!
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Wulf and Batsy investigate the hellish lair of the mad scientist, Professor Von Zag-Zog. Even these monstrous heroes are horrified when they discover the true nature of Zag-Zog's ghastly experiments. The evil genius must be stopped, but Zag-Zog has his own army of pet monster ready to fight back against Wulf and Batsy!
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After learning the truth about Professor Von Zag-Zog and his bizarre experiments, Wulf and Batsy decide the evil genius must be stopped. But Zag-Zog has an army of his own - pet freaks ready to fight back in his defense! This issue is an orgy of monsters, zombies and mutants... and pretty girls in skimpy sleepwear, too!
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This collection of three short stories reveals some of Wulf and Batsy's side adventures. Included are "Them's Monsters", "If You Knew...", and "The Left Stocking". 32 pgs, B&W
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