Hans Rodionoff comic
Area 51.Do you believe we are alone in the universe or are there other lifeforms out there waiting for contact? Is the government keeping them a secret from the public? Is it for our own good, or for something far more sinister? Find out the truth here, as we storm this conspiracy head on!WARNING This series may very well change how you look at life as we know it.
- Issue #1 (one year ago)
Is the government monitoring you? Are there secret organizations controlling society? Do creatures not of this world live among us? All of this and more is explored in this new thrilling series that delves into some of the horrifying truths we believe in the back of our minds. WARNING: This series may very well change how you look at life as we know it.
What evil lurks in the brackish waters of the swamp? It's the return of one of Marvel's all-time favorite horror characters: Man-Thing! Just in time for the upcoming theatrical film release by Lion's Gate Films, this three-issue movie "prequel" is written by Hans Rodionoff, screenwriter for the Man-Thing film, and drawn by "master of the macabre" Kyle Hotz (The Hood). Set in the Bywater Swamp from the Man-Thing film, this self- contained story will enhance the movie-going experience with BRAND-NEW content we found lurking in the shadows of the bayou!
Featuring provocative art by Mike Huddleston (Deep Sleeper, BATGIRL), Mnemovore is a paranoiac supernatural thriller about memories, monsters, and the real terror behind forgotten thoughts. Kaley Markowic is an Olympic hopeful whose career is brought to a crashing halt. Badly injured, Kaley can barely remember her boyfriend, her family, her entire life. Now, a horrifying creature appears on the scene, violating her loved ones and damaging their minds. Kaley is lost in a world where nothing has precedent and must fight to protect those who are closest to her...even if she can't recall them.
Before Buffy…before Blade…there was one name that was whispered in fear and awe among the undead: The Frog Brothers. Edgar and Alan Frog, the no-nonsense vampire slayers from the cult film The Lost Boys, are back with a vengeance in a 4-issue miniseries that bridges the gap between their adventures in the original film The Lost Boys and the newest installment Lost Boys: The Tribe. Find out what's happened since the first film, brought to you in various shades of crimson by Hans Rodionoff (Mnemovore) and Joel Gomez (Wetworks)!