Comflix Studios Offers Fans a Ground Breaking Way to Enjoy Comics

Thu, June 14th, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Los Angeles, CA - Comflix Studios, a Los Angeles and

New York based multi-media company, presents a new way to enjoy comic

books that brings together the art and storylines of comic books and

the excitement of movies and visual effects based entertainment.

Comflix Studios is offering an advanced viewing of their website

COMFLIX.NET where visitors can be the first to watch newly formatted

episodes of Dracula vs. King Arthur and The Last Sin of Mark Grimm.

Additional titles such as Living in Infamy and Empty Chamber will be

available when Comflix.net officially rolls out on July 20th.

"This is a whole new medium for the comic book industry and Comflix

Studios aims to become the leader in this sector as the market for

on-line content continues to grow exponentially," says Scott

Schneider, CEO of Comflix Studios. "We hope that comic book fans will

embrace our new on-line/internet approach to the traditional business

and recognize that while we utilize advancements in visual effects to

produce our content our top priority is to preserve the integrity of

the comic book story and artwork."

Prior to the official Comflix.net launch on July 20th, comic book fans

can preview the site by retrieving the password to the "locked"

Comflix.net site by sending an email to: Sneakpeak@Comflix.net. Once

on the site, fans will have the opportunity to preview episodes of

Dracula vs. King Arthur 1-4, episodes 1 & 2 of The Last Sin of Mark

Grimm and enter to "Win Lunch with Doug Jones". Comflix Studios will

pick one winner prior to the July 20th launch and fly them to Los

Angeles to have lunch with actor Doug Jones. Doug Jones currently

stars as The Silver Surfer in the new Fantastic Four movie, Fantastic

Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Pan in Pan's Labyrinth and as Abe

Sapien in the upcoming Hellboy 2: The Golden Army.

 
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