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THE WOODLAND WELFARE MANIFESTO is coming June 18th!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on May 28, 2014 by Justin Sane

Hello, friends! My next graphic novel with SLG Publishing, THE WOODLAND WELFARE MANIFESTO (illustrated by John Hageman Jr.), is coming to you in print form (via Amazon) and digitally (via ComiXology) on June 18th! I’ll also have print copies available at SLG’s booth at San Diego Comic Con this July! More info to come, stay tuned!

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THE WOODLAND WELFARE MANIFESTO Cover!

Posted in comic book, Comics, Graphic Novel, justin sane, slave labor graphics, slg, slg publishing with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 18, 2014 by Justin Sane

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Your first look at the cover for my upcoming graphic novel, THE WOODLAND WELFARE MANIFESTO!

Illustrated by John Hageman (the webcomic Social Vermyn) and written by yours truly, WOODLAND WELFARE is the hilarious story of Burnt Bear, Crazy Rabbit and Pervert Monkey – three proletarian animals struggling against the heartless capitalist system that rules their forest with an iron fist!

Brought to you by your pals at SLG Publishing, this graphic novel is slated for release at this year’s San Diego Comic Con! Come by the SLG booth and grab it while you can!

HEART OF A CORPSE now in Hardcover!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 15, 2013 by Justin Sane

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The complete version of my undead Victorian romance comic HEART OF A CORPSE is here – in hardcover! Do you like silhouette art? Do you like silent films? Do you like undead fiances? Then you, my friend, will LOVE this book! From your pals at SLG Publishing!

AVAILABLE AT AMAZON! CLICK HERE!

Great review of BLOODY DREADFUL at OMNICOMIC!

Posted in bloody dreadful, comic book, comic series, Comics, comixology, digital comics, horror comic, justin sane, silhouette, silhouette art, slave labor graphics, slg, slg publishing, victorian, victorian horror with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 17, 2013 by Justin Sane

“All right then – who’s next?”
Typically, those words are uttered by a person on a rampage, looking to take on all comers. Sometimes though, it works perfectly well when working through a series of something. Like robbing graves in Bloody Dreadful #1-2 from Slave Labor Graphics Publishing.

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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!

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

BLOODY DREADFUL: BOOK 1 now available on Amazon!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 24, 2013 by Justin Sane

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The first book of my SLG Publishing series BLOODY DREADFUL is now available to purchase on Amazon for only $6.95 (CLICK HERE)! Covering issues #1 and #2, it tells the complete first story (“What Lies Ahead”) of my Victorian horror anthology! Here’s the writeup from the back cover:

A grave-robber makes his living nightly interrupting the slumber of the deceased and looking for anything that might be of value. But valuables and trinkets are not the only thing this poor digger discovers, but also the untold stories of the people he unearths; tales he tells to his faithful companion, a dog known only as “Bloody.” Bloody Dreadful is a horror comic series by Justin Sane (Heart of a Corpse) that exposes all of the dirty little lies and secrets that people take with them to their graves.

Go and dig yourself up a copy!