Groovy Age of Horror has activated the bat signal to spring the horror blogosphere into a grassroots “spread the word” campaign for a highly worthwhile comic book, Faceless: A Terry Sharp Story. From the online preview:
ONCE UPON A TIME IN ENGLAND – 1962. By day, Terry Sharp is a hard-living, skirt-chasing, celebrated director of classic horror films. But by night, the horror turns real – Terry has discovered a shadowy group of Satanists hell-bent on taking control of the British government. This knowledge has made him a marked man. Black magic or bullets – the Faceless conspirators don’t particularly care which – as long as the end result is Terry’s death. Too bad for them, Terry Sharp isn’t ready to die just yet – not without taking a whole lot of bad guys with him
This is the kind of story telling the Haunted Vampire is happy to help promote. Now if you’ll excuse me, I got a comic book to race out and buy.
UPDATE – Groovy Age of Horror has snagged an exclusive.
UPDATE 2 – Exploring the Terry Sharp web site, I found this comic book, The Black Forest. The story is set on the battlefields of World War I with an American fighting vampires and other creatures of the night. The comic was released in 2004 when I was busy fighting to stop other bloodthirsty horrors. I’m going to look for The Black Forest. The other great news is The Black Forest 2 is scheduled for release on Sept. 7, 2005.
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