SLAYER TAKES CONTROL!

The planet’s most badass metal band takes control of comics! The ultimate thrash juggernaut, Slayer has dominated stages and destroyed audiences for over thirty years, with their latest album, Repentless, showing no signs of slowing down or showing mercy. Based on the brutal Repentless videos, this expansion of the video story lines drives deep into the darkest heart of America, a raging road trip down a bloodstained highway, a tale of the doomed, the damned . . . and the repentless!

* Story based on the Slayer videos written and directed by B. J. McDonnell (Hatchet III).

* Script by director/producer Jon Schnepp (Metalocalypse, The Venture Bros., The Death of Superman Lives).

“We’re telling the story that we’ve always told about society and how humans treat each other.”-Tom Araya, Slayer

Originally posted at – http://www.tfaw.com/Comics/Profile/Slayer-Repentless-1___527086

 

Bettie Page #5 (Cover A – Royle)

Bettie Page has saved the world a few times now, and has earned some time off, so her boss books her a nice little vacation in Scotland, at a quiet little fishing town on the banks of…Loch Ness.

Bettie Page #5 (Cover B – Chantler)

Bettie Page has saved the world a few times now, and has earned some time off, so her boss books her a nice little vacation in Scotland, at a quiet little fishing town on the banks of…Loch Ness. What could go wrong? The legendary model comes face to face with another kind of legend, as Bettie meets Nessie in another thrilling chapter from THE SECRET DIARY OF BETTIE PAGE, by David Avallone (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark) and Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes).

Bettie Page #5 (Cover D – Ohta)

Bettie Page has saved the world a few times now, and has earned some time off, so her boss books her a nice little vacation in Scotland, at a quiet little fishing town on the banks of…Loch Ness. What could go wrong? The legendary model comes face to face with another kind of legend, as Bettie meets Nessie in another thrilling chapter from THE SECRET DIARY OF BETTIE PAGE, by David Avallone (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark) and Julius Ohta (Sherlock Holmes).