Heske Horror, creator of the critically acclaimed Cold Blooded Chillers indie horror series and award-winning Bone Chiller anthology, recently released its anticipated apocalyptic anthology, 2012: Final Prayer.
What will go down on 12/21/12?
Extinction … Ecstasy … Or another Y2K non-event? Comic creators from around the world share their creative interpretations!
Truly a global event, 2012: Final Prayer features graphic tales from indie comic creators from the US, UK, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Scotland and South Africa. “Several of the writer and artist creators will be familiar to indie comic fans – but a few are talented newcomers who, quite possibly, could become the next generation of indie Sci Fi and horror superstars,” says R.M. Heske who published the book and contributed three graphic tales. “In essence, this book is their ‘rookie card’ – one you will want to hang on to!”
The 154-page black & white trade paperback, with cover art by Preston Asevedo, includes 15 graphic tales about what happens on 12/21/12 at 11:11 GST. Also featured is a Post-Apocalypse section with a wonderfully written and drawn tale (Harkinton by Duncan Eagleson) and three short stories by emerging horror writers. Jim Harold, host of the popular Paranormal Podcast pens the Foreward, and authors Marshall Masters (Planet X Forecast and 2012 Survival Guide) and Marie D. Jones (2013: The End of Days or a New Beginning?) contribute brief topical essays.
You can find out more and/or order from: Cold Blooded Chillers
You also don’t want to miss Bone Chiller, a “best of” anthology of Heske Horror’s critically acclaimed Cold Blooded Chillers: Tales of Suburban Murder and Malice. Winner of a Bronze medal for Outstanding Horror at the 2009 Independent Publisher Book Awards, this 140-page trade paperback features 8 great scares and 2 chilling extras. The Foreward to the book is written by Rod Lott, creator of the literary review site Bookgasm.com, managing editor of Hitch Magazine: The Journal of Pop Culture Absurdity, and contributing writer to the Graphics Classics comic series. Graphic tales were illustrated by outstanding international indie comic artists such as Zeu (Charlatan, Project Elohim), Reno Maniquis (Maskarado, Wall of Angels), and Adam Swiecki (The Reborn Legends).
Here’s the book trailer:
And as above, you can find out more and/or order from: Cold Blooded Chillers