Evil Dead Gets 10/10 From The Craft Comics Cast!

Evil Dead Gets 10/10 From The Craft Comics Cast!

The Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn trade paperback was given a glowing review by the Craft Comics Cast. It was featured on their Febuary 21st episode “Imposter, Interceptor, Predator and Evil Dead 2” Some choice quotes from the review include: “It’s obvious that Space Goat is a fan of the franchise. If you’re not a fan, you’re not producing stuff like this” “Reads Smooth” “Artwork: 10/10” You can hear the whole review on their website. (The Evil Dead review starts at 40:20) More about Craft Comics Cast “The Craft Comics Cast was founded in early January of 2015.  The hosts are Ben Truax and Jeff Dragonette. Our goal is to develop an active and cohesive community around the craft (indie) comic book industry. A community that creates a feedback loop of support, involving the publishers, creators, retailers and fans. It is our hope, that working together we can grow the fan base for the craft industry.  This would be done by actively turning on readers of the big two, as well as bringing current non comic book readers into the fold.” More about Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn “Demonic Hordes! Possessed Parents! Severed Hands! The complete “sequel before the other sequel” collected in one handy Necronomicon-sized package. Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn Vol. 1 collects the complete first mini-series. Picking up where the Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell movie left off, Annie and Ash are trapped in Hell, fighting their way through a demon horde to rescue her parents, using only the Ex-Mortis and the Kandarian dagger. Is it enough? Or will they...
ICV2 talks Evil Dead 2

ICV2 talks Evil Dead 2

ICV2 got the early scoop on the new Evil Dead 2 comic book series! “Space Goat Productions will release its first Evil Dead 2 trade paperback collection in December.  The trade paperback collects Space Goat’s first miniseries, Evil Dead 2:  Beyond Dead by Dawn, in a 96-page volume at $12.99.” Click here to read more about the new series! ...
Ex-Dark Horse Editor Dave Land On Board to Expand Evil Dead Universe

Ex-Dark Horse Editor Dave Land On Board to Expand Evil Dead Universe

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (July 21st, 2015 – Bellingham, WA) Space Goat Publishing has announced the hiring of formerDark Horse editor Dave Land to help expand the company’s publishing slate, including their best-selling titles in the Evil Dead Universe. Editor Land joins the recently announced Darren Vincenzo and Publisher Dave Olbrich as Space Goat gears up for a solid 2016.“It’s my job to keep the trains running on time! Which is more difficult than it sounds because unlike trains comics don’t have tracks,” said Land. Dave brings over 15 years of experience editing comics and ensuring their timely release to the public. Land rose to the title of Senior Editor at Dark Horse Comics, overseeing titles such as Star Wars, Tony Millionaire’s Sock Monkey, Sergio Aragonés Groo, and Conan. His books have won three Eisners and one Harvey and he has had the great fortune to work with two successive Russ Manning award winners in 2003 and 2004.Evil Dead 2 fans need not worry, because these books are in the hands of a fellow fan.“In my younger days, I worked at a video store. This was back in the ’80s and ’90s. It was there that I got my first exposure to the world of Evil Dead with Evil Dead 2. I’d never seen anything like it. I loved it instantly!”“I worked with Dave on a few projects when he was at Dark Horse,” Space Goat publisher Shon Bury says. “I was always impressed with his ability to keep things moving forward, even under tough circumstances. When it was time to bring in editorial help on Evil Dead 2, I knew Dave was...
Justin Peniston Talks ”Rocket Queen and the Wrench’

Justin Peniston Talks ”Rocket Queen and the Wrench’

Justin Peniston creator of Rocket Queen and the Wrench sat down with Comics Bulletin: “Jason Sacks for Comics Buletin: Rocket Queen has a strong focus on family. That’s obviously an important theme to you. I’m sure it’s obvious why, but I’d love to hear your reasons. Justin Peniston: Well, I’d be lying if I said that family, particularly dysfunctional family, wasn’t a theme in a LOT of what I write. In Over My Dead Body, I revisit the concept of the father-child relationship over and over again (and isn’t that what Frankenstein is really about?). The Family Secret is about a divorced mom trying to raise her kids, at least one of whom yearns for the approval of her father.” Click here for the full...