Monday, December 17, 2012

It's Clawbber-in' Time!

The awesome Sean Forney takes us one step closer to the completed Warlords of Wor mini-comic with his incredible colors over Tim Seeley's line work.

It always blows me away to see how much life a great color artist can breathe into an inked page, and Sean just crushed it on this one!  

What events brought Clawbber, the Two-Fisted General of Justice and Bog-Nar, the Mutant Muck Menace together in this epic clash of arms?  What secrets will be revealed?  Who will be victorious?  Find out soon when "Warlords of Wor: The Mutant Muck Menace!" debuts right here as a FREE online comic!  

Hungry for a print version?  Yeah, me too!  I'll be bringing print copies of each new mini comic with me to my convention appearances this year.  I will make a few of them available to purchase online as well, but it will be a VERY small number.  

Be sure to stay tuned to Warlords of Wor on Facebook and Twitter for all the news on where I'll be and how you can get your hands on these limited edition comics!

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Mini-Comics are on the way!

The story of the Warlords of Wor is set to continue later this month with the release of the first mini-comic, "The Mutant Muck Menace!"  As you can probably guess from the title, this first book will focus on Bog-Nar, as well as introduce the next WoW character, Clawbber.  

The comics will be 6 pages long and will be released with every second toy, featuring two characters in each story.  The next chapter will debut in April for C2E2 and will feature Arkannis and Beastor-9.  The third will highlight Valkyrie and Durge, and the final book will introduce the main hero and villain of the Warlords of Wor saga, Maxxor and Dekay!  

"The Mutant Muck Menace" is written by newcomers Eric Scot Lemons and Brandon Michael Barker (that's me!), with art by the awesome Cory Hamscher (Supreme, Avengers Academy, X-Men Forever), and cover by Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash, Colt Noble, MOTU 30th Anniversary mini-comics)!!

That's all I can tell you for now... I'm going to get back to drooling over this insane Tim Seeley cover art... wow!!