OK, I went a whole week without any self-serving posts in this feature, but what the heck, it’s my blog after all. So today’s featured cover(s) are for a limited series I wrote for IDW Publishing back in 2008, when my professional career was just starting out:
Both the regular cover (left) and variant cover (right) were by the interior artist Don Figueroa.
Here’s the official solicitation for the 5 issue limited series:
“On a remote Caribbean island, four wealthy thrill-seekers come to stalk the most dangerous game on the planet: the living dead. But with an ex-CIA commander as the showrunner and a Haitian voodoo priest providing the prey, things on this outlaw safari are bound to go wrong. Very wrong! Don Figueroa (Transformers) steps away from robots and gets his hands dirty by handling full art chores on this new series penned by Dara Naraghi (Lifelike, Igor Movie Prequel).”
Unfortunately, due to a confluence of events, the series was cancelled after issue #1. Too bad. I was actually having a lot of fun writing it, despite the fact that I’m not a big horror/zombie fan. Oh well, so it goes.