Moonstone releases Feb ‘16
Kolchak/Dan Shamble: Zombie PI,
color comic, 48pgs , $4.99
Story: Kevin J. Anderson, Richard Dean Starr
Art-Colors: Sergio Ibanez
Covers: (A)Dennis Calero,(B) Woodrow Hinton lll
Superstar author Kevin J Anderson pens the first ever comic appearance of his Zombie PI character, Dan Shamble!
Be careful what you wish for! Kolchak, the irrepressible Night
Stalker, wants proof that monsters exist—and Dan Shamble, Zombie P.I.,
lives in a world where he solves all sorts of everyday crimes among
monsters. And when a rogue trio of hoodlum genies decides to use
dimensional doorways to dump magical toxic waste, and an unwitting nerdy
werewolf kid as their bagman, Kolchak and Shamble find themselves in a
hilariously confused situation.
**RETAILER INCENTIVE: retailers ordering 4 or more of the regular
cover(A) of Kolchak/Dan Shamble, can order any amount of Cover B by
Woodrow Hinton lll they want.
Kolchak: Dawn of the Demons,
90pgs, 7” 10”, gray, = $9.99
Story: Ed Gorman, Ricky Sprague
Art: Dennis Chacon, Aaron Felizmenio
Superstar author Ed Gorman (of Dean Koontz’s “Frankenstein”) pens this demonic tale!
The country is slipping away.
The signs are all around you: Mass surveillance. Police
militarization. Income inequality. Drugs. While investigating an
explosion at a street protest, journalist Carl Kolchak uncovers the
hidden, demonic origins of modern America. Can he get the story before
the country is lost forever? And even if he does—will anyone care? Learn
the answers in Kolchak: City of Angels & Demons
Kolchak: Edgar Allan Poe Crimes
108pgs, 7” x 10”, gray, retail $10.99
Story: James Chambers
Art: Pepe Luis, Felipe Kroll
From tell-tale hearts and premature burials to black cats and the Red
Death, reporter Carl Kolchak grapples with deepening horror and madness
as events from Edgar Allan Poe’s tales of mystery and imagination come
to life in modern-day Baltimore. Kolchak teams with a street magician
who performs tricks and escapes inspired by Poe to expose the
supernatural power bringing the author’s deadly visions to life and
solve a series of terrifying occurrences, disappearances, and murders.
Kolchak : Penny Dreadful novel
Author: Chuck Miller
Cover: Woodrow Hinton lll
6” x 9”, 166pgs, retail = $10.99
A double feature novel!
In "Penny Dreadful," Carl Kolchak teams up with private eye Domino Patrick to investigate a series of murders that appear to be copycat crimes based on the 1969 Tate-LaBianca killings. The trail leads to one Penelope Anne Hilligloss, a former member of the Manson Family who now seems to have aligned herself with an even darker power. Kolchak's quest for the truth, and the means to stop "Penny Dreadful," takes him to San Quentin State Prison for a face-to-face meeting with the one man who might have the information he needs: Charles Manson himself."The Time Stalker" finds Kolchak in Las Vegas, the city where he once destroyed a vampire named Janos Skorzeny-- or did he? When Skorzeny reappears and begins another murderous rampage, Kolchak must solve the mystery of the vampire's impossible return. Does a mysterious, accidental time-traveler named Zero hold the key? Can Carl put Skorzeny back where he belongs without being arrested by the Vegas P.D. or fired by Tony Vincenzo? With the help of an old, estranged friend from his original Vegas days, and a conspiracy-minded young reporter named Gail Karen, Kolchak once again tackles his first, most terrifying supernatural foe!
Kolchak: The Phoenix Rising
7” x 10”, gray, comic, 40pgs, $3.99
Story: Paul Kupperberg
Art: David Bryant
Strange visitor from another planet, Bennu, and Kolchak investigate a
murder case where the main suspect’s alibi is alien abduction! Kolchak
doesn’t believe the suspect and has no idea who or what Bennu is, or why
he wants to solve this murder!