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  1. The Lycan is a project that we've been working on and off of behind the scenes for about 5 years now. Like any project that takes a while to percolate and boil over into existence there are growing pains that go with the territory. We had a writer friend come on and off the book, we've had 4 different artists sign on only to sign back off, as well as the normal amounts of developmental hiccups that occur along the way. Most recently we pulled British artist Liam Sharp into the fold only to have him drop out on us when he was handed the opportunity of a lifetime with his business partners - to launch their long-developed comics experience Madefire. For the last 7 months Tom and I have been searching for the right artist and trying out potential talent. It all came down to two very talented fellas. The guy that didn't get the gig will still become known around here because we love his stuff. I think we'll see an Alien Worlds story from him in the not too distant future The guy who won-out and took Lycan by the throat is artist SEAN O'CONNOR, who also hails from Great Britain. He's currently working on pages after a lengthy mission to conceptualize key elements of The Lycan. Here's an ad that we're dropping in our about to be released books, Bad Planet Vol.2 part 1, and the Dark Country GN. This features a bit of Sean's work and I'm sure you'll agree that his work is amazing. The Lycan is a 6-issue series written by Eisner Award winner Mike Carey, illustrated by O'Connor, and will be colored by the amazing Grant Goleash. The book is currently (finally) in active production, so look for the first issue to become available late this year. The year is 1807. Six of the greatest hunters in the world are led by the greatest of them all, Absalom Coffin. In a driving squall amidst heavy seas they are forced to seek shelter in the port of a small island off the coast of Scotland. There they discover a kingdom in deadly peril, locked in the grip of a terror that will test the hunter's skills to the utmost, and challenge their sanity to the edge of reason. All fear THE LYCAN - More sneak peeks on the way soon, and stand by for further surprises and announcements! You won't want to miss this one. - TB
  2. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY, TIM !!! Hope you enjoyed a wonderful celebration!!! ?
  3. My Words of Praise For The Lord of The Skull Your artwork is astounding And amazes me every time I see it. The captured photos you display Are the feast that all eyes crave. You are absolutely incredible. And I will never forget The day I got to be in your presence. It was one of my favorite moments That I’ll forever cherish and remember. You made me feel like an appreciated member. And even though you may have many Titles to your name, Various roles that you have played And endlessly perfect In the fields of comic books and film, You, sir, still remain The Coolest Man in the World. So, please wear that badge of honor proudly, Because it’s only been given to you deservingly. May you enjoy every moment On this day of celebration. Surround yourself with love and laughter Among family and friends, Save room for a real treat near the end, And whatever you do... HAVE A VERY SUPER & FINELY SWEET HAPPY BIRTHDAY, TIM BRADSTREET!!! -- Love Always , Rosella (IFC90) @-}-->---
  4. NEW - From David J. Schow, A riveting Hitchcockian thriller from the screenwriter of THE CROW. Publication date - February 14, 2012 Description - Elias McCabe is having one hell of a night: He gets kidnapped at gunpoint by a professional hit man and is forced to shoot blackmail photos of a prominent politician. Things go wrong with the shoot… very wrong. When the night is over, Elias is scared to death … and ten thousand dollars richer. If he keeps his mouth shut. But he doesn’t — and now the hit man has targeted him for payback. As a desperate amateur in the games of death, Elias is up against a seasoned pro. As his entire life slides into the abyss, he has to stay alive by inventing new ways, moment-by-moment, to avoid, misdirect, and finally confront his ever-more-determined murderer as corpses and collateral damage stack up coast-to-coast in their wake. There was a little hullabaloo when I posted this to my Facebook page a few months ago. At the time, St. Martins was dead set against using David's original title, UPGUNNED, crying that it was awkward and would cause confusion. David and I (and others), argued that the title was original AND descriptive, not to mention that fact that when you google the title you get much more in the way of a unique hit. DJS had the same battle with INTERNECINE in 2010, with the same publisher. We were lucky then that we had an editor who really went to bat in order to keep the cool title, and eventually David won-out. In the case of UPGUNNED, it wasn't until I posted the cover art with the St. Martin's approved title change of NEGATIVE|BURN that the publisher had a change of heart. NONE of us liked NEGATIVE|BURN for a title, not over UPGUNNED . . . Thankfully, my pal Joe Pruett owns an intellectual property (a anthology comic series) by the same title. Obviously he was not willing to share it with anyone. He sent a message to the publisher that threatened legal action if they went ahead and used the title. David also sent St. Martin's a link to my facebook post to see all the negative reaction surrounding Negative Burn VS Upgunned title drama, etc . . . They got the message and thankfully acquiesced. David ended up getting his title back! Victory! A big thanks to Mr. Pruett and the fans for saving the day. Anyway . . . UPGUNNED takes place in the same world as INTERNECINE. These stories could very likely be happening concurrently. I love the way David tells this story, which is similar to INTERNECINE in that we have two protagonists, one professional killer, and one guy who finds himself out of his depth. The chapters are written from each character's point of view so we get chapter 1 from Elias' perspective and chapter two from "Gun guy's" perspective, and so on, and so on. Never read anything like that which I can remember, so it was unique story-telling in my experience. UPGUNNED is also much more GUN-CENTRIC, which is a preamble to David's next novelistic venture, VERY PARKER-esque in the Westlake mold, but far more intricate in terms of accurate weapon specifics. David is very much becoming a serious expert after GUN WORK, INTERNECINE, and UPGUNNED. A writer who knows his shit when it comes to firearms is a writer who is quickly respected by those in the know. And even to the uninitiated it's compelling stuff. GUN PORN is the new (or not so new) description for crime fiction of this nature. And Schow is turning into the Larry Flynt of crime fiction for this generation The book becomes available on Valentines Day, a couple of weeks from now. For those in the LA area, David and I will be on hand signing advanced copies at Dark Delicacies on February 11th - 3512 W. Magnolia in Burbank, at 2pm. Doug Jones (Abe Sapien from the HELLBOY films) will also be in-store. Here's a link to purchase UPGUNNED Also - It should be obvious to our forum members that once again, the illustrious Mr. Thomas Jane is the subject of the cover graphics. David wanted me to keep this in vein with INTERNECINE, only this time taking the art in the opposite direction in terms of light VS dark. Kept the same 3 colors, Black , White, and Red, as graphic motif, but went dark instead of light. Both books should feel like the same world, and I think we accomplished that in terms of similar style book design and composition. Really hope you check this one out. - TB
  5. Tom and I are proud to announce the forthcoming Graphic adaptation of Dark Country. We're still working out the exact content beyond the art itself, and the short story by Tab Murphy. And we're still spitballing the exact format of presentation . . . But I can tell you it will be a hardcover book with artwork by the incomparable THOMAS OTT !!! This was a dream come true for our own Tom Jane, as he's a huge fan of Thomas Ott's work. I myself was not aware of Ott's work until Jane turned me on way back when the idea for this GN came into existence. Obviously, I'm also extremely thrilled. Here's an exclusive peek at Ott's art from the book and his famous scratch-board technique Can't wait to show it all off to everyone. We're in production as we speak. The artwork is DONE. I'm busy doing preliminary design models, working on the cover concept, and compiling the extras we'll trim out the book with. Even though you may know the story I guarantee you this trip will be worth the experience. In Tom's own words, this truly IS the director's cut. Ray Zone is even trying to talk us into doing 3D in black and white - What do you think? So, the official breakdown is - Dark Country - The Graphic Novel Hardcover Adaptation and art by Thomas Ott Story by Tab Murphy Produced and directed by Thomas Jane Designed by Tim Bradstreet Production - Marshall Dillon We're talking about releasing it exclusively for a couple weeks as a digital download from Comicsology or something, while we're waiting to get the actual books back from our printer in Korea. The idea there is to get the product out sooner than we could if we waited for the printing, shipping, and distribution. More soon, including some sneak peeks at the art. - TB
  6. Just a line out to our followers to let you know we have a dedicated Youtube Channel set up with a bit of new content. We've got some of the old classic Bad Planet promos, our Dawning of the Digital Age vid from SDCC 2011, and we're updating with all kinds of new content. First up was TJ's Six Billion Dollar Man trailer. We also recently added several tracks from the New Rusty Blades EP, Don't Come Home. On Monday we'll be debuting The Punisher: Dirty Laundry - Behind the Scenes vid #1 - featuring video and snaps I shot during our 3 and a half day shoot Some other footage will sneak in as well. And wait until you see our own 5'8" 168lb Director, Phil Joanou physically shove some asshole off of our set. That's a classic. Gotta wait until Dirty Laundry BTS #2 or #3 to see that though Will announce here when the Punisher: Dirty Laundry BTS goes live on Monday. Or feel free to announce in our absence if you stumble across it - TB
  7. Tom and I hit the Adam Carolla Show on Monday - The show is up now -> http://www.adamcarolla.com/thomas-jane-and-david-wild/ Some confusion resulted in me getting aced from appearing on mic with the boys - with the exception of a single sentence from the control room . . . I get it, I'm not celebrity enough. Bummer for me as I'm a HUGE Carolla fan, and I drove up from SD enduring a two hour gridlock and a 4 hour drive! I didn't make that journey to stand in the studio sipping Adam's Diet Coke supply fer chrissakes! However, you are the one's who suffer for having missed the opportunity to hear your's truly rock it podcast-style. I'm not bitter . . . honest . . . Fun show though and honestly, the pilgrimage to Carolla's man-castle was worth any slight frustration. I've been listening to Carolla since the Loveline days (thanks to my pal, Detroit Phillips), so very cool in spite of the snub. Still, I made the show clip! Check it out here > Wanna hear TJ discuss his penchant for pissing in the sink? Click that link up top and enjoy. Thus begins our Comicon PR blitz - Stay tuned for more. - TB PS - Thanks to Adam for signing a few copies of his new book for us - If you're a fan of Adam's, you can get it here > http://www.adamcarolla.com/ntbm/
  8. Here's the link, check it out! http://collider.com/thomas-jane-tim-bradstreet-dark-country-magnificent-death-interview/170167/#more-170167 - TB
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