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- AJ’s Side Panel
- A brief prologue
- AJ’s Side Panel “The Newsroom”.
- Aurora, CO 7/20/2012
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- Choices for this weekend June 5th
- Been awhile
- Dancing between Panels
- San Diego Comic Con review
- G.I. WTF?!?!?
- District 9
- Where do I start.
- Wonder Twin Powers Actuate!!!
- Whiteout, Gamer, and all the other things that’s been going on.
- It Has Begun!!
- 24 Hour Comics Day
- Save Me!!
- Nooowwww waaaaiiiitttt a minute!!!!!!
- Somebody check my brain!!!
- It does indeed rain in Southern California
- It’s HERE!!
- A Letter to Tom Hanks
- Kicking it Kratos style
- The Time Of Year
- Stargate Universe
- Podcast Ep #1
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- Andrea’s Gaming Lounge
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- Retro Review – The Dark Knight Returns
- Retro Review – Watchmen
- Review: Vatican City Las Vegas
- Girls Drawing Girls – Meltdown Comics Gallery – Aug ’09
- Review: Atomic Robo – The Dogs Of War
- Review: Dungeons and Dragons #0
- Review: The 99 – Origins
- Review: Atomic Robo Vol 5 – #1 – Deadly Art Of Science
- Review: The Traveler #1
- Starborn and catching up.
- In Which I Don’t Destroy The World…
- Where to turn now?
- Alan Moore disturbs me.
- Batman vs Jihad?
- Go Cerebral (Literally) With Gingerbread Girl
- OMG! Walking Dead…
- Can’t Afford Portal 2 Yet?
- Review: Portal 2
- Janelle’s Voices From The Mother Ship
- Closing the gates on America’s “favorite little town”
- My 2012 Wish List
- My Thoughts on the Colorado Shooting
- Star Tours 2011
- Story of the week; The Miami Face-Eating Man
- Zombies Everywhere!!
- Tales of the The Black Freighter
- Caine’s walk is over
- Transformers 2- My opinions
- ComicCon 2009- Pt 1
- The Ultimate of Alliances
- My thoughts on Batman: Arkham Asylum
- First day of winter’s graces
- Intersect me, baby
- Oh Captain, My Captain… America?
- Will Kick Ass kick your ass? I think it just might…
- The Crow- Resurrected. Again?
- Back From the Dead!
- Lamentations of the Grognard
- AJ’s Side Panel
- Geek Girls
- Art From Scratch
- Banter Biscuit
- Bobby Crosby
- Brea Grant: We Will Bury You
- John C. Narcomey, Jr.
- Monstrosity Inc./We Kill Monsters Creators!!
- SDCC ’09
- Stephanie Lesniak
- The Vault
- About FP
Forbidden Panel Studios is an independent publishing company and event coordinator, specializing in graphic novels, comic books, and multimedia.
Formed in 2006 by A.J. Herrera, Forbidden Panel provides a home for revolutionary writers and gifted artists whose talents have gotten lost in the shuffle of mainstream comic companies. With properties ranging from creepy pets to zombie-killing farm girls, FP offers a wide variety of titles in numerous genres and styles, and is the developer of the Inland Empire Comic Expo and Inland Empire Zombie Beauty Pageant.
A.J. Herrera – Founder, Editor-In-Chief, Chief Executive Officer
Creator and grand architect of Forbidden Panel, A.J. is a lifelong fan of all things comic book. His desire to provide a platform for overlooked ideas and a community for ignored talent inspired him to open a comic publishing company that would cater to the strange and unusual. Schooled in computer technologies as well as the written word, he has developed FP as a sanctuary for independent comics, recruiting talented artists and writers from across the country. His experience in event coordination and film/radio production was highlighted with the creation and success of the bi-annual Inland Empire Comic Expo in 2011. As creator and head writer of Zombie Kill Squad, he has paved the way for Forbidden Panel to rise as a leader in the production and distribution of independent comics and graphic novels.
Justin White – Art Director, Chief Creative Officer
For as long as he can remember, Justin has spent his free time creating and drawing monsters, villains, and superheroes. But it wasn’t until seeing the artwork of Arthur Adams in Marvel’s X-Men Annual #9 that he realized his destiny as a comic book style artist. After receiving a degree in graphic design, he opened Necro-Sapien Press, a freelance company that has achieved great success with illustration and creative design projects for a number of businesses. In 2008, Justin joined Forbidden Panel as a partner and head of the art department, and became sole illustrator/artist of Zombie Kill Squad.
Richard Duron – Art Director, Chief Financial Officer
Richard is a life-long geek with a passion for professional wrestling and comic books. He is a writer and the artist behind Krooked Smile Art, and has worked in independent film. He is currently producing his first comic title with FP.
Meet the rest of our team here: The Staff of Forbidden Panel, Inc.
A.D.A.M. Security Services:
Looking to protect your family and property by any means necessary? Call A.D.A.M Security Services, where offenders are damned for eternity.
Zombie Kill Squad:
The Zombie Apocalypse has come and decimated the world. What little government remains has gathered aboard an old aircraft carrier named “The Afterlife.” Sailing from port to port, these officials have gathered the few remaining survivors and trained them as an elite force: the Zombie Kill Squad. One city, one building at a time, ZKS works to reclaim the world, and bring the living back from the edge of oblivion.
Think you’ve got what it takes to become a member of the Zombie Kill Squad? Study this ashcan to educate yourself on the top five ways to identify a zombie.
Meet Kayla, a Midwestern farm girl struggling to adapt and survive in a world overrun by the undead.
This Special Edition issue of Zombie Kill Squad is the result of Forbidden Panel’s participation in the 2010 worldwide event, 24-Hour Comics Day.
In this Special Edition release, over a dozen new and established comic book artists pay tribute to Forbidden Panel’s original comic book series, Zombie Kill Squad.
ZKS: Afterlife (24 Hour Comic Book Day) – Available April 2014. Written by AJ Herrera and illustrated by Justin White.
This issue shows the discovery and implementation in the ZKS home base know as The Afterlife.
ZKS: Sessions (24 Hour Comic Book Day) – Available April 2014. Written and inked by AJ Herrera and illustrated by Justin White.
A very special girl, one long day, and the surprise outcome of a very dreary day. All in this one issue.
Alo and the Steam Nauts #0 - Available April 2014. Written by Esteban Sandoval and Marissa Dollins and illustrated by Wisdomheaven Garcia.
Meet the crew of the Brass Serpent and get to know all of the characters before joining then on their journey.
Alo and the Steam Nauts #1 - Available April 2014. Written by Esteban Sandoval and Marissa Dollins and illustrated by Wisdomheaven Garcia with inks by AJ Herrera.
The first issue sees the crew of the Brass Serpent as they begin their journey….and yours.
Forbidden Tales #1(Anthology) - Available March 2013. Various Artists.
Meet the Witch and she guides you through 3 very horrific and imaginative tales.
My Name Is John #1 - Available April 2014. Written and illustrated by Sean Dortch with special amendments by Richard Duron and AJ Herrera.
Join John on his many adventures. This book is for adults only.
The Plagued #1 & #2 - Written and drawn by Daniel Whitfield, Cover and letters by Camille Alaras.
When an airborne virus consumes the planet turning a tenth of the human population into flesh devouring monsters, life as everyone had known it was over. Family members turned on each other. People killed themselves in masses, and the world fell to the sicn and the dead. Watch the infection spread as the world falls apart following the dead in Lives of the Dead. Written and drawn by Daniel Whitfield with the cover and letters done by Camille Alaras.
Draw Till It Bleeds:
Draw Till It Bleeds (Sketchbook) – Artist Richard Duron.
Our newest addition to the Forbidden Panel family, Richard Duron comes out the gates with his premier issue and debuts his new company, Krooked Smile Art. This sketchbook features his artistic tribute to all the things that helped shaped his childhood and influenced his growth into the amazing artist he is today.
INLAND EMPIRE COMIC EXPO
In February 2011, Forbidden Panel became the proud creator and developer of the Inland Empire Comic Expo, an independent comic book convention. Held bi-annually at the historic Fox Theater in Redlands, California, IECE offers an equal display of vendors, gamers, cosplayers, comic books, and collectables. Complete with live bands and celebrity guests, the Inland Empire Comic Expo is a one day event filled with vendors and comic creators from all over the country.
Forbidden Panel, Inc. is also a vendor, participant, and/or attendee at the following events:
24 Hour Comic Book Challenge
Alternative Press Expo
Claremont Packing House Comic Book and Collectibles Show
Free Comic Book Day
Los Angeles Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention
San Diego Comic-Con
Zombies Invade Redlands to Capture Ms. I.E. Zombie Crown – Daily Facts
For Media Relations or questions contact our spokesperson, Andrea LaBartunek at 909 553-0169 or firstname.lastname@example.org .