Thomas Walker Entices Readers With His Cover For Keith Yatsuhashi’s New Urban Fantasy Book: “Kojiki”

Massachusetts author, Keith Yatsuhashi’s debut book, “Kojiki“, from Angry Robot Books, sounds like something that we would LOVE to read.  You put U.K. artist Thomas Walker’s art on the cover and it instantly becomes even MORE enticing.  Here is a brief synopsis for this new urban fantasy.
Every civilization has its myths. Only one is true.

When eighteen year old Keiko…

Chris Garofalo & Mad Duck Posters Tell Us “Do Not Question Authority”

“I’ve come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

Inspired by the 1988 John Carpenter film, “They Live“, artist and lover of all things creepy, Chris Garofalo and Mad Duck Posters have just released a tribute poster titled “Do Not Question Authority.”  
Nada (Roddy Piper), a wanderer without meaning in his…

Chris Skinner, Matt Needle & Doaly Celebrate “X-Men: Apocalypse” With Vue Cinemas

Vue International (Vue) is the largest cinema group in the world outside of the US and a leader in the premium entertainment cinema sector.
From its inception in May 2003, Vue became a worldwide operator and developer of modern, innovative multiplex cinemas. The Group has grown organically and through strategic acquisition owning some of the most…

Andrew Swainson Releases A “Killer” New Print With Fright Rags

The Ghoulish Gurus over at Fright Rags have just released a slew of new items based on the 1988 sci-fi, horror, cult classic, “Killer Klowns From Outer Space.”  One of the items is a great new poster by Andrew Swainson.

“Killer Klowns” by Andrew Swainson
18″ X 24″ Screenprint
Limited Edition Run of 150
Officially licensed
$35
Click Here To Purchase

Head…

Patrick Connan’s Private Commission Prints For “Batman Returns” Are Purrrr-fect

“I’m a woman and can’t be taken for granted. Life’s a bitch, now so am I.”
– Catwoman

I can still remember going to see Tim Burton’s 1992 tribute to The Dark Knight, “Batman Returns” at the theater.  At the time, it was unlike any superhero movie to date.  Combine Tim Burton’s dark and demented vision with the…

Chris Skinner & Skuzzles Release A New Poster For The Cult Classic “Street Trash”

Described as “Eraserhead meets Night of the Living Dead on the set of Texas Chainsaw Massacre“, “Street Trash” is an 1987 cult classic, indie horror-comedy film.  Skuzzles has announced the release of an all-new poster and pin for the film designed by U.K. artist, Chris Skinner.  The first 100 fans who purchase either the regular…