Author Archives: Mark Seifert
It is thirty-eight years after the Etheric Invasion. In the West Atlantic Desert, fledgling daemonatrix Fringe loses a duel with Tommy Zero, who claims her solitary daemon as a prize: the adorable flower-generating Fluffbumble. Oh noes! If you don’t know … Continue reading
A selection of covers coming from Avatar Press in March. Details to follow.
America’s formerly unassailable shores are burning, the White House is a scorch mark, and the Nazi war machine is rolling over the world. The horror of global war is intensified a thousand times over as living weapons with more power … Continue reading
“The One Who Is Possessed By The Old Ones And Whose Art is Inspired By The Old Ones” Originally conceived as a set of images by Francisco Raúl Cáceres Anillo, a mad artist of Cordoba, Spain who is said to … Continue reading
Avatar’s First-Ever Holiday Sale is Here! This is the not-to-be-missed, one-day, extravaganza of deep discounts on the finest Avatar and Boundless collections! Get great deals on collections by Alan Moore George RR Martin Kieron Gillen Max Brooks Warren Ellis Jonathan … Continue reading
Hurry! Open for two weeks only, this closes on Wednesday August 26! Why is this a Virtual Convention? The idea is simple, Alan Moore does not do conventions. He hasn’t in a very long time and he will not … Continue reading
Vampires and Zombies from the creator of World War Z? Yes, please. Out this week worldwide, check out the preview below:
Out this week by Kieron Gillen and Caanan White. Check with your local retailer!
Horror comic book readers are celebrating the triumphant return of Garth Ennis to the grim world he created in Crossed: Badlands #25. The issue marks the landmark first year of the bi-weekly series, which gives high profile creators an opportunity … Continue reading
David Lapham and Miguel Ruiz bring us a continuing tale of the Badlands: Amanda survives by keeping the uninfected at a distance even when they are within reach of intimacy. Now she’s fallen in with three truly insane survivors and … Continue reading