BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE Gets Rave Reviews

Source: MONSTERVERSE ENTERTAINMENT

Here are the first reviews and the Lugosi book is a winner! Find it in comic shops and online stores NOW and learn what the excitement is about!

AIN'T IT COOL NEWS loves the first collector's comic issue of "BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE!" http://www.aintitcool.com/node/47312#11 (Scroll down to the INDIE COMICS section)

LUGOSI HORROR COMIC: It's a hit at THE COMICS BULLETIN! "...tight tales, cleverly written and drawn...This is a really well-assembled comic, and feels like an extremely satisfying package.
http://www.comicsbulletin.com/reviews/128876029953253.htm

COMIC RELATED ON THE LUGOSI COMIC: "Do you know what book you have been waiting for the most this year? ...it's this one." http://www.comicrelated.com/news/9269/bela-lugosis-tales-1


"It's rare that we reviewers mention editorial work, but it's obvious that editor-in-chief Kerry Gammill and editor Sam Park worked closely with the creators of all of the stories in this issue. The stories are intelligent and focused. They're tight tales, cleverly written and drawn, that are exactly as long as they need to be and no longer. There's a great contrast between wordier and less wordy stories, between stories with slicker art and more underground feeling art. We even get an interesting text piece and a gorgeous back cover by Bruce Timm. This is a really well-assembled comic, and feels like an extremely satisfying package." -Jason Sacks, The Comics Bulletin

Monsterverse's "BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE" is the featured lead to USA TODAY's guide to the tops in horror comics!
http://www.usatoday.com/life/comics/2010-10-29-Halloween-comics_N.htm

"BELA LUGOSI'S TALES FROM THE GRAVE" is a double-sized 48-page color quarterly for $4.99 (with NO advertising!). The first issue contains stories and art by such notables as Kerry Gammill, (SPIDER-MAN and SUPERMAN) James Farr (whose XOMBIE online animated and comic book series is being brought to theater screens by Dreamworks in a live-action production by top writer/producers Orchi and Kurtzman), Chris Moreno (WORLD WAR HULK), John Cassaday, Rob Brown (voted online as horror artist of the year for BANE OF THE WEREWOLF), Derek McCaw, Rafael Navarro (creator of the Xeric Award winning series SONAMBULO), Martin Powell and Eisner Award- winning artist Terry Beatty (THE BATMAN STRIKES), Brian Denham (IRON MAN, ANGEL) and Bruce Timm (designer for Warner Bros animated BATMAN series) and more. The book also features an article by leading Lugosi researcher and author Gary D. Rhodes.

MONSTERVERSE ENTERTAINMENT is a transmedia company headed by its publisher and editor, the comic book and film design artist, Kerry Gammill.

Keith Wilson, formerly of DC Comics, is an editor and writer/artist.

Producer/screenwriter Sam F. Park is the west coast editor and a writer/artist.

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