Archive for July, 2013

BLOODY DREADFUL Interview with Justin Sane

Posted in Uncategorized on July 26, 2013 by Justin Sane

BLOODY DREADFUL Interview with Justin Sane

Hey, wanna read an interview with yours truly regarding my SLG Publishing horror anthology comic series BLOODY DREADFUL? Sure ya do!  Click the link above and see what and who influenced the book!

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SDCC 2013!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 22, 2013 by Justin Sane

I’m back from SDCC, and I can honestly say it was the most fun I’ve ever had at a comic con! Got to meet and greet with tons of people, got to tell Sergio Aragones how happy I was that my letter to him appeared in SERGIO ARAGONES FUNNIES #8, met Eric Powell, Roy Thomas, Sam Kieth, got to help my pal Chris Wisnia film some of his upcoming comics documentary and finally got to meet some of the SLG folks in person who I hadn’t met yet (including Aaron Alexovich, Drew Rausch, Chris Reilly and newest addition Matthew Ritter). I also was starstruck when I realized our booth was right next to the headliners of one of my favorite shows, the original DARK SHADOWS! And so, I leave you with a picture of myself and Kathryn Leigh Scott (“Maggie Evans”) and Lara Parker (“Angelique Bouchard”)! See you in 2014, San Diego!

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San Diego Comic Con!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 14, 2013 by Justin Sane

ImageHey there, comic fans! I’ll be at SLG PUBLISHING’S booth (#1815) at San Diego Comic Con Thursday-Saturday this upcoming weekend, signing comics, including the newly-released BLOODY DREADFUL: BOOK 2! In order to keep up with my comings and goings, follow my TWITTER FEED so you know when I’ll be around and when I’ll be out and about!

Article on SLG at Comic Book Resources

Posted in bloody dreadful, comic book, comic series, Comics, comixology, digital comics, Graphic Novel, horror, horror comic, justin sane, silhouette, silhouette art, slave labor graphics, slg, slg publishing, victorian, victorian horror on July 9, 2013 by Justin Sane

Great interview with my publisher Dan Vado on SLG Publishing and the future of comics at COMIC BOOK RESOURCES – even a BLOODY DREADFUL mention or two!

CLICK HERE TO READ!

Nice BLOODY DREADFUL Review over at BIGCOMICPAGE.COM!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 2, 2013 by Justin Sane

‘I Suck at This’ reviews by J – Bloody Dreadful

Bloody DreadfulHello and welcome to the first of my new series of reviews for Bigcomicpage.com.

I was going to title this “Good reviews done bad” but feared it may cause confusion among our readers. I feel it’s important to point out before I get stuck in here that I am not a professional writer and I usually struggle to give review about something in more words than “It’s awesome” or “it’s shite” so bear with me for these first few and please permit waffle on a little.

Now it’s time to get the ball rolling and get this show on the road!

Recently I was put in touch with the awesome folk over at Slave Labour Graphics who were kind enough to send me over a new book for review called Bloody Dreadful by Justin Sane (awesome name by the way).

I was sent the first two issues (which completes a two part story) for review and was pleasantly surprised by how good the macabre little tale of love and betrayal set in Victorian era London was and reminded me of classic horror series like “Tales from the Crypt” as the story opens In a graveyard where we meet a grave robber and his dog who comes across a “fortune card” while digging through the remains of our first tales victim.

This leads us into our first tale of terror “What lies ahead” as we are introduced to a young married couple at a fairground where they encounter a mechanical fortune telling machine that predicts a ghastly fate for our couple.

The story unfolds over two issues as our couple face tragedy, betrayal and revenge with some nice little twists along the way, the visual presentation of the book is similar to an old shadow puppet theatre show which makes the story a little more eerie and leaves much to the imagination (which if yours is as vivid as mine, you’re in for some gruesome treats) which actually plays in the books favour and fits in with the Victorian setting.

Fans of SLG’s previous output (In the past I have mentioned Lenore by Roman Dirge) will find the storytelling style pleasantly familiar while newcomers will find an enjoyable little tale that challenges you to visualize much of the horrors for yourself.

Overall I’m looking forward to seeing what other morbid tales come from the very creative mind of Mr Justin Sane and recommend fans of the spooky and macabre check this comic out.

7.5/10