DRACULA: SON OF THE DRAGON prints by @nathanfoxy, one of the perks for my Kickstarter withSalgood Sam.  Together they form a diptych depicting the vampiric excesses a young Vlad the Impaler experiences in the Sultan’s court.  

For those of you who don’t know, DRACULA: SON OF THE DRAGON is the the epic comic book story of how the historical Vlad Tepes became the vampire in Bram Stoker’s Dracula.  

Looks like the first chapter of DRACULA will be out in Salgood’s REVOLVER quarterly in the next couple weeks.  Details on that soon.  Big thanks to Nathan - for whom I’m teaching classes with Jim Rugg for SVA’s Visual Narrative MFA program.  Oh, and Salgood is selling some of his art, which you can buy here.

@i09 chose a creation of @paulazaceta and mine as one of their Top 10 Most Insane Alternate Reality Versions of Popular Superheroes.  It’s Peter Parker from What If Spider-Man Killed Kraven the Hunter?  From io9’s piece:
"If you kill the beast, you must become him. And since you don’t want to be alone in your big empty hall with your tiki torches and your tooth necklace, you then have to collar and leash a bunch of your friends. And also a lion. There are a lot of stories that predict dire consequences if the hero has a moral lapse, but this is one of my favorites. The tame lion, the rhino-skull shoulder pad, the absolute erasure of identity, and that indefinable hint of the dork that always sticks to Spider-Man. It’s delicious."

@i09 chose a creation of @paulazaceta and mine as one of their Top 10 Most Insane Alternate Reality Versions of Popular Superheroes.  It’s Peter Parker from What If Spider-Man Killed Kraven the Hunter?  From io9’s piece:

"If you kill the beast, you must become him. And since you don’t want to be alone in your big empty hall with your tiki torches and your tooth necklace, you then have to collar and leash a bunch of your friends. And also a lion. There are a lot of stories that predict dire consequences if the hero has a moral lapse, but this is one of my favorites. The tame lion, the rhino-skull shoulder pad, the absolute erasure of identity, and that indefinable hint of the dork that always sticks to Spider-Man. It’s delicious."