Tony Brock is an artist based out of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Brock's subject matter is from a broad spectrum (he describes it as "pop-culture themed images with a retro feel"), but his genre images attract horror fans of all kinds. Bloody Good Horror recently had a chance to chat with Brock about his art, horror comics, the South and the convention circuit...
Noah Dorsey is co-creator and co-writer of Image comics "Non Humans" and creator and writer of "Saint Chaos", a new horror comic from eR Studios. BGH had a chance to pick Dorsey's brain about the origins of "Saint Chaos", torture devices, and scalding hot caramel.
Walt Flanagan wears a lot of hats. He's the manager of a comic book store, a comic book artist (having drawn everything from the epic classic monster mash-up "War of the Undead" to Batman) the star of AMC's "Comic Book Men", and a co-host of the popular, multiple award winning podcast "Tell 'Em Steve Dave". This October, Flanagan (along with writer and co-creator Bryan Johnson) brings us "Cryptozoic Man".
In a recent Entertainment Weekly article (focused on Phase Two of Marvel's intertwined movie series), Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige casually dropped that the rights for two classic Marvel comics horror icons had reverted back to them.
“Zombie Terrors” #1, May 2012
Writers: Frank Forte ”Beheaded”, Royal McGraw “Feast”, Doug Williams “Hate”
Artists: Frank Forte “Beheaded”, Adauto Silva “Feast”, Doug Williams “Hate”
Publisher: Asylum Press