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MORE FAMOUS FACES FOR DRACULA VS. ROBIN HOOD VS. JEKYLL & HYDE
Publisher Mohawk Media is promising surprise guest stars throughout its new series, Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde.
Not content with the title's legendary headliners, the second issue sees a long forgotten character from the Robin Hood legend make a comeback. Plus it features two of history's most twisted tyrants.
British writer Chris Bunting says: "Each guest star will play a vital role in this series. The third issue will bare witness to that with the arrival of a famous horror monster."
Released via the publisher's paperless range of Eco Comics, editor Stuart Buckley explains: "Expect a top quality print comic book in everything but physical format. In fact, not many print comic books look this good.
"The aim of this comic is to give fans lots of fighting and fun. It may not get an Eisner, but this series is already getting rave reviews."
Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde #1 and #2 are twenty-page issues, and available to order now in various digital formats via the Eco Comics store: www.mohawkmedia.co.uk/ecocomics at a cover price of $1.95 (approximately £1.20).
Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde will initially be a three-issue monthly series available exclusively via the publisher's groundbreaking line of ECO COMICS, designed to have minimal negative impact on the environment.
Further instalments of the series, and other "versus" titles, are set to be announced.
Notes to the Editor:
"Full of surprises. For originality this comic gets the highest marks: 5 stars"
– JAZMA ONLINE.
"Its purpose is escapism. The artwork... superb. The suspense... gripping"
– THE BEAVER NEWSPAPER (LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS).
"A great adventurous romp"
– PAPER DRAGON INK.
"Delivers on the action and makes these tired old characters relevant again"
Mohawk Media launched in 2008 with the top-selling graphic novel adventures of one of Hollywood's most instantly recognisable stars, Mr. T. The publisher followed up with a range of new titles including Heroic High and, with a cover by Herb Trimpe, Tough Guy. Further information: www.mohawkmedia.co.uk & www.facebook.com/MohawkMedia
A new range of paperless comic books designed with the specific purpose of having a minimal carbon footprint, making Mohawk Media probably the first publisher to take such a groundbreaking, affirmative approach. Eco Comics titles are also available via digital platforms Graphicly and MyDigitalComics. Further information: http://blog.mohawkmedia.co.uk/about-eco-comics/ & www.facebook.com/ecocomics
British writer Chris Bunting is becoming widely known for making literary and cultural giants accessible to a new generation, while simultaneously pleasing established fans. Such legendary names on his résumé include Action Man, Dick Turpin, Mr. T, and of course, Dracula, Robin Hood and Jekyll & Hyde.
Artist JL Czerniawski has worked on an eclectic range of titles in both the fantasy art and comic book industries. He was artist of the Mr. T graphic novels, and his other comic book work includes Transformers, Night of the Living Dead, and with the movie's director, Smokin' Aces.
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