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Tuesday, October 20, 2009


2012: FINAL PRAYER

The world ends on 11.15.09 - that's when award-winning indie comic publisher Heske Horror (www.coldbloodedchillers.com) releases its anticipated doomsday anthology "2012: Final Prayer." Just like Armageddon, this release promises to be a "global event" with cataclysmic graphic tales, short stories and brief essays from creators from around the world: US, UK, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Scotland and South Africa.

Get a sneak peek here!

Read an interview with author and editor Robert Heske here!

Drew a title page illustration for a short story in this book. I'll post it on www.capsulezone.tk when I'm able. :)

5 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Hey Reno, I wrote the story you drew the title page illustration for. I haven't even seen it yet but am looking forward. I've enjoyed checking out your other work.

Best,
Jason

Reno said...

Hi Jason. Thanks for dropping by. I'll ask permission from Robert if I can post the artwork on my other website so you'll be able to see it in advance. :)

Anonymous said...

That'd be cool. If not, that's okay, anticipation is a good thing.

Jason