Mark Arnold:Real Heroes
American Wasteland + City of Others
The adventures of a truck driver and the weird creatures and characters he encounters while traveling across country including a kid that only seems to utter the word “sumbitch”, as well as a werewolf and a zombie. It’s a very moody piece filled with suspense and intrigue that will leave you guessing as to where it’s heading. The story is also sprinkled with elements of humor and is highly recommended for fans of stranger types of horror films or comic books.
The most striking revelation of this title is the use of Bernie Wrightson’s pencils as the final artwork. This gives the book a little bit of roughness, but with it you can really see the details of Wrightson’s line work instead of having it obscured by someone else’s pen line. Not only does this book feature one of the all time greats of the horror comics’ biz, it also features one of the hottest writers of the genre, Steven Niles.
Mark Arnold is a comic book and animation historian and a writing, art, and film/video production professional. He writes comic books and articles on comic books and animation for various publications in addition to scripts, short stories and novels. He is also skilled in sales, marketing and promotion, and has film and TV production experience with digital video, video tape, and film. He has many online websites including Fun Ideas, Mark's Rare Comics, The Harveyville Fun Times!, So Rare!, and Food Shop. He also writes an (almost) daily blog and writes and draws a weekly comic strip called Protecto, the Little Robot. For the curious, Mark can be reached online at email@example.com. Whew!