Look for Revenge of the Butcheress this November. Be sure to ask your local comic shop to save you a copy! More details on order numbers by the end of this month.
It’s gonna be a sweet issue. Look for it sometime in 2009.
With that said, we’re also in production with FOJ #6. You see? We’re trying to get issues finished before we solicit so you’ll have a regular fix of Fist of Justice instead of the 4 times a year format you’ve been experiencing.
Also, don’t forget Digital Webbing’s Free Comic Book Day comic is Fist of Justice #1 (in case you missed the original the first time, since it’s sold out!).
Here’s a page from the upcoming Sword of Dracula: The Dracula War #1. You can check out all kinds of Sword of Dracula stuff on Facebook.
Sword of Dracula: The Dracula War can be found in the latest Diamond Previews catalog. #1 hits in December, so pre-order your copy now! The mini-series is in full, bloody color.
If you missed the last issue of SOD, hit our online store to pick up a copy. We have a very limited supply. Don’t wait for the trade paperback, the last issue will NOT be reprinted in it’s original published form because of licensing.
This issue features two different artists… “Why?” I’m glad you asked. A while back when a title over at Image Comics was launching, we were to have these 5 page Fist of Justice stories as back-ups. We immediately discovered it was really difficult to come up with tales with any kind of “meat” to them and still fill in what FOJ was to new readers, so at the last minute, we scrapped the idea.
Well, one of those 5-page stories was completed and will appear here in FOJ #4, but in extended full-length format. You watch, it’ll be seamless even with two different artists. The first chapter is drawn by Eduard Savid (artist on the preview page here), and the second chapter is drawn by Chad Hardin (DWP #29 and #30, the first feature-length FOJ stories that ran in Digital Webbing Presents).
You’re gonna dig it.
Fist of Justice #3 is just around the corner so we’ve begun work on the next issue. Our buddy Yildiray Cinar (artist on DWP #31 and cover of FOJ #1) was able to step in and help us with a crazy deadline (we had to solicit for December product this month). So check out the original layout design and the final inked piece. We’ll post up the colored final shortly.
Incidentally, the team that worked on this cover will also be the same team on the Ayano one-shot, a BloodRayne spin-off title. Scott has been turning in pages while Andrew has been inking away. We’re targeting a October/November release. Painter Michael DiPascale (BloodRayne incentive covers) turned in a variant cover which I’ll post up soon. And our buddy Alp Altiner (Team 14) is working on a sweet piece as well.
Look for BloodRayne: Tokyo Rogue #3 in comic shops this September. #1 hit comics shops last Wednesday, hope you grabbed a copy!
Here’s a sneak peek at “Cover B” of Tokyo Rogue #3. We’ll show off the other cover on Friday by Scott Clark (which you’re gonna love just as much).
Look for BloodRayne: Tokyo Rogue #3 in comic shops this September, issue #1 hit stores on May 14th, hope you grabbed a copy!
MAC just sent me a cover image that rocks pretty hard so issue 2 will ship with two covers, a 50/50 split. We’ll show you a peek at that shortly, but until then, you got this!
Look for Fist of Justice #2 at your local comic shop this May.
Written by Mike Imboden, penciled by Eduardo Savid and Ric Milk, inked by Austin Janowsky and Stacie Ponder, colored by Mickey Clausen and Juanmar. Covers by Anthony Castrillo and Mickey Clausen.
Okay, check this out, DiPascale and I were brainstorming some cover ideas and thought it’d be pretty cool to showcase Rayne’s great cast of villains. Since the Prime Cuts series is so heavily reliant on the actual video games themselves, it made sense to toss these characters on the covers.
But I wanted to take it a step further and borrow an idea I’ve seen done in the past where a character appears to have taken over someone’s title. Thus, this was born.
This isn’t the actual incentive cover for #4, it’s a preliminary mock to test out the concept. Which cover will Ferril appear on? And which other popular Rayne villains will get their own covers? Stay tuned.