Friday, May 29, 2009

Friday Night Fights! G-7! Vampiro!

Gene Colan's TOMB OF DRACULA ish 1 stylings. I can think of no more appropriate fight song than "Vampiro!" by Satan's Pilgrims! adds the production values necessary for a SMASH hit!


Neue Ziel said...

Hey, you own a good spot back there. Didn't know you hosted such a blog about such interesting characters. I TOTALLY LOVE the pulps, but I've never had the chance to check one out. But thanks to people like you and francesco we're able to get a glimpse into the grim, gritty pulp world.

Chad Carter said...

It's more of a mish-mash of comics and pulps, but I try to stay as on-theme as possible here. Considering the strong lineage of pulps-to-comics, the next wave of definitive Pulp should emerge from the comic book medium.

Neue Ziel said...

I try to "pulp up" my work as much I can. I'm co-writing an homage to all things pulp in a project called "The Neon Daze" A noirish tale of blood, guts and brotherhood! It's set on a futuristic environment, but none the less a love letter to those stories of hardboiled heroics. I wish I could link you something but it's in spanish.

But if you want, check this link out. It has a "possible pitch" a two-page sample I wrote a month ago. Link:

P.S If you know an artist, please let him know I'm looking for an artist to work with. WebComics to begin with.

P.S 2 May I tell Francesco about this and give him the link? (not that I'm hitting on him, but... Y'know, maybe he knows someone that knows someone)

Chad Carter said...

Well, if you're confident in your work, I don't see why a friendly request wouldn't hurt.

I'd try the Facebook Comic Con Portfolio and Script Reviews too, if you're targeting.
You have to join the group, but you should if you're on FB, as it's a pretty neat little endeavor put together by those creative people. Don't know any real artists of note, myself, except one novice who hasn't the fortitude to stick to a schedule. Least not so far.