Fangoria Comics Announces San Diego Plans

Wed, June 13th, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

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Official Press Release

FANGORIA COMICS, the latest venture from the fine fiends at FANGORIA ENTERTAINMENT, will be appearing at the Comic-Con International in San Diego, July 25-29 at the VAMPIRA: THE MOVIE / SHOCKER TOYS booth, number 4517 & 4519.

The comics crew attending will include renowned actor Michael Madsen (co-creator of Fango Comics SHIFTER; RESERVOIR DOGS, KILL BILL), director/special effects legend Robert Kurtzman (creator of Fango Comics BENEATH THE VALLEY OF THE RAGE; FROM DUSK TIL DAWN, WES CRAVEN'S WISHMASTER), creator/writer/artist Mark Kidwell (Fango Comics BUMP; FRANK FRAZETTA'S DEATH DEALER), film producer Patrick Durham (co-creator of Fango Comics SHIFTER; CABIN FEVER 2 film), animator/director Jeffrey Nodelman (creator/writer of Fango Comics THE FOURTH HORSEMAN; VENTURE BROS.), artist Tommy Castillo (THE FOURTH HORSEMAN, BATMAN, SE7EN), colorist Jay Fotos (BUMP, SPAWN, FRANK FRAZETTA'S DEATH DEALER), colorist Jason Jensen (Fango Comics STRANGELAND: SEVEN SINS, EVIL ERNIE, GI JOE), colorist Milen Parvanov (THE FOURTH HORSEMAN) film director Kevin Sean Michaels (creator and writer of Fango Comics VAMPIRA: THE MOVIE serial), Fango Comics executive editor Scott Licina and associate editor Troy Brownfield.

The crew will be signing at various times throughout the convention at the VAMPIRA: THE MOVIE / SHOCKER TOYS booth, number 4517 & 4519. Schedules will be posted. Comics, posters, prints and more will be available at the booth as well.

We will have a limited convention exclusive print of Michael Madsen's project SHIFTER, as well as a limited con exclusive triptych print of the first three connecting covers to Jeffrey Nodelman's THE FOURTH HORSEMAN mini-series, painted by renowned artist John Van Fleet (BATMAN, HARRY POTTER), who will also be appearing at the convention.

 
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