Horror Grinder

Horror Movies Horror Books Horror News

Space Goat Announces Charity Anthology Nazi Puncher

Posted by David Gelmini on April 13, 2017

In this day and age, it’s more important than ever to promote tolerance and acceptance. Which is why organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center need all the help they can get. So kudos the Space Goat for their new charity comic project Nazi Puncher. 100% of the net proceeds generated by the book will go towards the SPLC, so calling this a worthy purchase is something of an understatement.

They’ve already got some big names in the comic industry onboard, including Bill Sienkiewicz, Ty Templeton, Ted Naifeh and Aaron Alexovich. If you’d like to submit your own short story about Nazis being punched to be included in the anthology, you can get the details here. Make sure you submit before the deadline on April 30.

Space Goat Announces Charity Nazi Puncher Anthology

Art and Comic Anthology Will Benefit Southern Poverty Law Center
(April 11th, 2017 – Bellingham, WA) – Publisher Space Goat Productions is producing Nazi Puncher: a comic and art anthology benefitting the Southern Poverty Law Center. The anthology will exclusively feature art and comics depicting Nazis or fascists getting punched, smacked, kicked, or generally beat down on.

“We ask the big questions at Space Goat, like, ‘when is it appropriate to punch a Nazi?'” stated Publisher Shon Bury. “That’s not hard to answer,” he continued. “We do what our Grandfathers did: We punch Nazis every time they show their faces.”

Artists confirmed to be a part of the anthology include Bill Sienkiewicz (Elektra: Assassin, The New Mutants), Ted Naifeh (Courtney Crumrin, Princess Ugg, Heroines), Aaron Alexovich (Serenity Rose, Invader Zim), Ty Templeton (Batman ’66, Batman Adventures, Spider-Man). Submissions are still open until 4/30 and more details can be found at Space Goat Publishing’s website: http://www.spacegoatpublishing.com/nazi-puncher-submission-guidelines/

Both digital and physical versions of the anthology will be available for pre-order online and local comic book stores. Retailers will have the option to get a retailer exclusive cover for the anthology and retailer exclusive Nazi Puncher buttons, tees, stickers, and posters. 100% of the net proceeds will go to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Artists, writers, editors and designers are all donating their time to make this anthology a reality.

“Unlike some publishers,” said Space Goat’s Director of Marketing and Sales JD Boucher, “Space Goat believes the only time a Nazi should be in a comic or displayed in a store is if they are getting punched in the face.”

For more information on the anthology and to find out when it will be available, sign up for Space Goat Publishing’s email list: http://www.spacegoatpublishing.com/

Website: http://spacegoatpublishing.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spacegoatpublishing/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/gospacegoat

The post Space Goat Announces Charity Anthology Nazi Puncher appeared first on Dread Central.

Printed in Blood Celebrating The Thing’s 35th Anniversary With a Gorgeous Artbook of Original Pieces

Posted by Jonathan Barkan on April 7, 2017

Printed in Blood will be celebrating the 35th anniversary of John Carpenter’s brilliant sci-fi/horror masterpiece The Thing by releasing a 400-page hardcover artbook that includes over 375 original pieces of art that pay homage to the film. The expected shipping date is early July, after it debuts at the San Diego Comic Con. The book will feature art from folks such as John J. Hill, Tony Harris, Kelley Jones, Kyle Lambert, Daniel Nash, Bill Sienkiewicz, and a VAST amount more.

To give fans a taste of what’s to come, Printed in Blood has joined with Burbank’s Creature Features for a gallery that showcases much of the art featured in the book. Running April 8th through the 16th. The opening night will be tomorrow and run from 6pm-9pm while the rest of the days will run during normal gallery hours. The show features hundreds of pieces of themed artwork, originals, prints and one-off giclees, which will be available for purchase. For more information about the gallery, head on over to Creature Features or check out the Facebook event page.

If you want to pre-order a copy of The Thing: Artbook, you can do so on Printed in Blood’s Official Website.

Celebrating the 35th anniversary of John Carpenter’s sci-fi/horror classic film The Thing, this 400-page first edition of Printed In Blood’s artbook series features over 375 brand-new pieces of artwork created specifically for this volume. Bringing together artists from the worlds of comics, fine art, animation and illustration. Over 350 artists from all over the world have contributed art for this comprehensive collection, which includes an all-new introduction by horror director/actor/producer Eli Roth and an afterword by the Master of Horror himself, John Carpenter.

The post Printed in Blood Celebrating The Thing’s 35th Anniversary With a Gorgeous Artbook of Original Pieces appeared first on Dread Central.

Image Comics Releasing J. Michael Straczynski / Ben Templesmith Collaboration Ten Grand in May

Posted by The Woman In Black on March 1, 2013

Comics writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Ben Templesmith have teamed up with Image Comics for Ten Grand, a brand-new story of love, death, and heartache with Issue #1 due out on May 1st.

Joe Fitzgerald was a mob enforcer until the day he met Laura, who convinced him to leave that world behind. Before quitting, Joe agreed to one last job, little realizing that the man he'd been sent to kill was deeply involved in demonlogy. He survived Joe's attempt and came after him, fatally wounding Joe and killing Laura. As he lay dying, an angelic force (who may or may not be what she appears) pointed out that where she is going, he can't follow, and where he is going, he wouldn't want her to follow. But if he will agree to work for them as a different kind of enforcer, they will bring him to life and keep on bringing him to life every time he is killed in a righteous cause. The reward: For those five minutes of death, he will be with Laura again.

Would you endure an eternity of pain and death, dying over and over, to be with the woman you love for just five minutes each time you died? Most people might say no. But Joe Fitzgerald isn't most people.

Story by J. Michael Straczynski; art and cover by Ben Templesmith; variant cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. Check out Templesmith's cover below, and click here to pre-order Ten Grand #1 from TFAW.

Image Comics Releasing J. Michael Straczynski / Ben Templesmith Collaboration Ten Grand in May

Got news? Click here to submit it!
Die over and over for love in the comments section below!