DEBUT ISSUE! Elvira in Horrorland #1
Writer: David Avallone
Artist: Silvia Califano
Covers: Dave Acosta (A), John Royle (B), Silvia Califano (C), Photo cover (D), Blank Authentix (E)
32 pages | Horror / Humor | $3.99 | Teen+
Elvira is back, and she’s going PSYCHO!
The Mistress of the Dark has discovered that films create their own pocket dimensions, and now she’s lost in the Multiverse of Movies! Will she find her way home, or is it just a big Hitchcock-tease? Join writer David Avallone (Elvira Meets Vincent Price, Bettie Page: Unbound) and artist Silvia Califano (the upcoming “Death of Elvira”) for a comic you shouldn’t show mother: she just goes a little mad sometimes.
All the fun, thrills, and spills under a series of amazing covers by returning artists Dave Acosta, John Royle, series artist Califano, and an amazing Elvira photo cover!
John Carter of Mars #2
Writer: Chuck Brown
Artist: George Kambadais
Covers: Junggeun Yoon (A), Joseph Michael Linsner (B), Jonathan Case (C), George Kambadais (D), Cosplay (E)
32 pages | Science Fiction / Fantasy | $3.99 | Teen+
Lieutenant Fred Hines is no fan of John Carter, and is not afraid to express his disdain. But Hines will help Carter for now, because it is the only way for Hines to be reunited with his family that was transported to Mars. The two men will attempt a desperate theft at a U.S. Army facility, only to learn an awful secret…
Red Sonja #9
Writer: Mirka Andolfo
Artist: Giuseppe Cafaro
Covers: Mirka Andolfa (A), Lesley “Leirix” Li (B), Joseph Michael Linsner (C), Sozomaika (D), Cosplay (E)
32 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+
After rescuing her from the gang of the ferocious Three-Eyes Shezem and realizing how dangerous the dormant power inside her can be, Red Sonja vows to never part with Sitha…until she brings her back to her real family. The little girl seems to come from a mysterious village hidden on the peaks of distant Kithai, a place where only women can access…but the road to reach that remote kingdom is long and full of dangers. The first is the Feud of the Seven Capestri, where the she-devil with the sword will be taken prisoner by the cruel Baroness Drang…
NEW WRITER! Sheena: Queen of the Jungle #6
Writer: Steven E. DeSouza
Artist: Jethro Morales and Will Rio
Covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Arthur Suydam (B), Joseph Michael Linsner (C), Rose Besch (D), Cosplay (E)
32 pages | Jungle Action / Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+
The adventures continue! After surviving the dome (spoiler alert), writer Steve de Souza (just check out all those credits at the end of this hype!) takes the reins as Sheena faces a new set of challenges: Higher education and a trip to the remnants of the Cenozoic Age?
Artist Jethro Morales continues to illustrate the adventures of Sheena, while returning cover artist Lucio Parillo, Arthur Suydam, Joseph Michael Linser and stunning new cosplayer Jackie Goehner round out the most thrilling adventure comic on the racks!
mong the handful of screenwriters whose films have earned over $2 billion at the box office, Steven de Souza was introduced to Hollywood on camera–as a contestant on an L.A. game show. There, the Philadelphia-based writer for PBS, The New York Times, Premiere, and other media outlets won a car and a color TV-and then talked his way into the office of several producers to leave behind some writing samples. A contract with Universal Television as a story editor was the result. From there, he moved into producing Knight Rider (1982), then earned his first film credit on 48 Hrs. (1982). That film, along with Commando (1985), Die Hard (1988), and Die Hard 2 (1990) established his reputation as a writer who could juggle both action and humor. That combination remains evident in all of his subsequent work, which expanded to include science-fiction (V, (1984), The Running Man (1987), Judge Dredd (1995)), horror (Tales from the Crypt (1989), Possessed (2000)), and fantasy (The Flintstones (1994), Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1993), and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003)).
He has been nominated two times each for the Edgar Allen Poe award for best mystery screenplay and the Saturn award for best Science Fiction/Fantasy Film. In 2000 he was honored with the Norman Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement in writing.