October is suddenly here and along with my favorite month comes the brand new issue of the baddest-ass magazine on the racks, Royal Flush-Book 7! The new issue features Rob Zombie (with cover art by Ed Repka!) Roger Corman, Jim Steranko, Mad Magazine legend AL JAFFEE, John Waters, Danny McBride, Roddy Piper, Danny Bonaduce, DEVO, and Tenacious D's salute to Ronnie James Dio! Plus, King Diamond, Slash, and LEE VING! There is a shit-ton packed into this delicious, deboucherous, filthy-sweet issue. Here's the cover -
Hope you diggit.
October also means the release of the brand new issue of ZEDURA MAGAZINE (issue #4) sporting my take on The Walking Dead gracing it's cover. The issue features an epic 3 part assault on The Walking Dead with series creator Robert Kirkman, artist Charlie Adlard, and executive producer of the AMC series, my soul-sistah, Gale Anne Hurd! Get further lost in features on STEVE NILES and myself, as well as Vertigo Comics coverage, Matt Skiba, Blur Studios, cult movies, and lots more. Dig.
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Yes, my favorite month is October cause mainly it means FALL/AUTUMN is here, but it's even better when you get a crack at doing a teaser poster for one of your favorite characters. I'm creating some stuff that's got me absolutely stoked. Expect an announcement on this soon. Finally, Halloween weekend brings the second annual Long Beach Comicon at the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach California. I'll be in attendance with my partner in crime, Thomas Jane (The Punisher, *61, Hung, The Mist) running the RAW Studios booth all weekend. We're doing our annual Halloween screening of Tom's film, Dark Country on Friday night, followed Saturday night by another screening with live commentary from Jane and myself + some surprise guests. Both showings of Dark Country will be presented in 3D! Following Saturday's screening stick around for the world premiere unveiling of Frank Darabont's THE WALKING DEAD, uncut. Gonna be THE party to be at.
Dedicating all work this month to my compadre, Steve Knoth, who passed away last weekend. Brighter Days ahead.