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Well the whole staff is back from Wondercon. We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our amazing friends and fans for stopping by our booth. It was an amazing experience as always.
As a special thank you, here are some of the MANY photos we took while out there.
Our Zombie Beauty Queen and her court had a fantastic time wondering the floor and making new friends.
This is the promo reel for our upcoming Blu Ray release. This was shot at last years Inland Empire Zombie Beauty Pageant.
The Blu-Ray is expected to be released sometime in May. Keep checking back for more info.
DangerKatt Creative Studio is happy to announce that their inaugural title, DangerKatt’s PROPHET, will be released digitally on ComiXology this coming Wednesday, April 16th.
DangerKatt’s PROPHET made headlines at San Diego Comic-Con last year when it was announced that Hollywood-based production company Outlier (TWILIGHT, PERCY JACKSON) had acquired the film rights to the book, with James Cotten, E. Thompson and Mark Morgan onboard to produce. The title joins ComiXology as part of its Submit program, which allows independent publishers an outlet for digital distribution.
20th Century Fox has acquired the film rights to “Wanted” and “Kick Ass” author Mark Millar’s 2010 limited series “Superior”.
The story revolves around a young boy stricken with multiple sclerosis who is granted one wish by an alien monkey: to become a Superman-like superhero named Superior.
Problems arise when the boy learns that the monkey isn’t an alien, but a demon who demands the boy’s soul in return for his transformation. If not, his wish will be undone and he will return to his original form.
Matthew Vaughn, who directed the first “Kick Ass” film and the upcoming adaptation of Millar’s “The Secret Service,” will produce.
Fox is now currently seeking a writer to adapt the comic.
Source: Heat Vision
WGN America has begun development of a series adaptation of “Scalped” from DC Entertainment’s Vertigo imprint.
Jason Aaron’s 60 issue-long series, which premiered in 2007, is described as a crime noir set on a Native American reservation in South Dakota. Doug Jung “Banshee” will pen the script and executive produce.
The series focused on the Oglala Lakota inhabitants who grapple with organized crime, poverty, drug and alcohol addiction and local politics while trying to preserve their cultural identity.
“Scalped” joins a quickly growing development slate at WGN America which debuts “Salem,” its first scripted drama, this coming Sunday. It’s also developing the Justin Lin-produced “Radiant Doors” series, the period drama series “Shadow Land,” the atomic bomb creation-themed “Manhattan” and a “Ten Commandments” mini-series.
‘Ryu’ themed Teaser trailer for the upcoming multi format series Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, which will debut on the Machinima youtube channel in May 2014, before hitting TV, On-demand and DVD/Blu-ray.
Assassin’s Fist is the translation of ‘Ansatsuken’ the arcane Japanese lethal Martial Arts style of which Gouken, Gouki/Akuma Ryu and Ken are all exponents.
Through the coming of age story of Ryu & Ken, we are shown the back story of some of the game’s most iconic characters, and over the course of the series we will see how the past, present, and future of all of those characters are intertwined, as the battle to become Ansatsuken Master threatens to tear apart another generation of brothers.
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Video has been released of the first half-hour from “A Cold Cold Heart,” the upcoming DLC pack for “Batman: Arkham Origins”. The episode deals with Mr. Freeze and takes place a week after the events of ‘Origins’. The DLC goes live April 22nd on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Forbidden Panel is excited to announce our new books for release at Wondercon 2014!!
ZKS: Afterlife was written and drawn by AJ Herrera and Justin White while participating in their second 24 Hour Comic Book Day. An introduction to ZKS and their humble beginnings, this book introduces us to how their base was obtained and their mission began.
ZKS: Sessions is a story written and inked by AJ Herrera and Illustrated by Justin White. Completed during the annual 24 Hour Comic Book Day. This is the story of a very special girl and a very long day.
We are going full steam ahead with our newest addition to Forbidden Panel!
Alo and the Steam Nauts #0 is our first introduction of the Brass Serpent crew before joining them on their epic journeys to come. This comic was created and written by Esteban Sandoval and Marissa Dollins with Illustrations by Wisdomheaven Garcia, inked by AJ Herrera.
Alo and the Steam Nauts #1 is the first of many adventurous journeys for the crew of the Brass Serpent. This steampunk inspired comic was written by Esteban Sandoval and Marissa Dollins with visions of airships and ray guns in their heads. Creatively illustrated by Wisdomheaven Garcia and inked by AJ Herrera. This will be a journey you won’t want to end.
My Name is John #1 - From the creatively twisted mind of creator [wb_fb_f name="Sean Dortch" id="1187775003"] comes a comic of unusual and bizarre adventures. John is a lonely boy that finds his real life is almost as strange as the world created in his head. This is not a book for the young. In addition AJ Herrera and Richard Duron have brought their own twistedly artistic contributions in to John’s world.
All books will be available at Wondercon 2014 in Anaheim April 18th, 19th, and 20th 2014. Come check us out at Booth 511 on the exhibitor floor.
All books will also be available for digital download on our store on April 17th.
Check out our website for release dates, comic convention appearances and news www.forbiddenpanel.com.
For additional information on how to review our books please contact [wb_fb_f name="Andrea LaBartunek " id="100001693475046779839861"] : firstname.lastname@example.org.
A brand new short from producer Bruce Timm featuring a lost tale from Batman’s past, the Dark Knight tracks a strange giant to the mysterious lair of Dr. Hugo Strange.