FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DWP HAS LAST CALL FOR HERO HAPPY HOUR!
Dan Taylor's "HERO HAPPY HOUR" may be on hiatus,
but you can still get your last call here!
HAVERHILL, MA, March 16, 2005 - Comic fans everywhere were disappointed by the news that critically-acclaimed comic series, HERO HAPPY HOUR, would be placed on temporary hiatus. But for those who aren't quite ready to say goodbye, you can still get one last visit to the Hideout Bar & Grill, as writer Dan Taylor shares one more round in the pages of DIGITAL WEBBING PRESENTS #22!
HERO HAPPY HOUR: PAR FOR THE COURSE" marks a temporary ending to the bar-soaked saga, offering readers its very first full-color story written by Dan Taylor, with art by Chris Fason and colors by Raph Hédon. In this final chapter, The Hideout Bar & Grill gets a new video game. The rules change, however, when an unsuspecting guest from past DIGITAL WEBBING PRESENTS issues turns up!"
Remember," said writer Dan Taylor, "This is the last round of HERO HAPPY HOUR for awhile. Be sure not to miss out!"
Joining Taylor this issue is the feature-length "DREAH: THE EYE OF FIRE": the long-awaited follow-up to Dreah's debut appearance in DWP #12, brought to you this month by writer Sean Dulaney, artist Ryan Sergeant, colorist Chris Mendoza!
The story opens by sending Dreah and her partner Trevor on an actual mission to recover the "Eye of Fire" that takes them from a dingy out of the way tavern to a lush tropical paradise where danger lurks at every turn!
Sarge and I are excited about having the story released in color," said writer Sean Dulaney. "When the story was first put together, we never thought color would happen until maybe the stories were collected. To have the DWP feature come out in color is icing on the cake."
Could we see even more of Dreah in the future? Ryan Sergeant and Sean Dulaney have already started work on another story that will go even deeper into the relationship of Dreah to the Guild that she leads -- and could her origin story be far behind?
DWP #22 also features "PORTRAIT OF A LADY," by writer Joshua Gamon, artist Robbie Villabona, colorists Ian Stranberg and Buzz Meade, telling the story of a magical paintbrush that gives a young artist a new perspective on life.
And as if you needed more bang for your buck -- "ATLAND: OLD FLAMES," by Nate Piekos (Blambot), is a fun, one-page story that just goes to show you that sometimes old girlfriends really ARE witches!
DIGITAL WEBBING PRESENTS #22 ships in April, featuring 32 full-color pages for only $3.50. This comic can currently be ordered/reordered through Diamond Comics (item code: NOV04 2610)