Scripted, penciled, inked, and lettered by Richard Cox with lavish colors by Thomas Boatwright, our faithful adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ A Princess of Mars is published weekly, on Tuesdays.
Gather round while Thomas reads some stuff from when we were young. To keep it interesting he’ll embellish here and there. It may not make it better, but it will definitely be interesting.
Cemetery Blues, written and illustrated by Ryan Rubio and our own Thomas Boatwright (with an able color assist by Michelle Wooten), contains material that continues and builds upon the “macabre misadventures of Ridley and Falstaff, two bumbling monster hunters that will do battle with all manner of spook, specter, and ghoul, but they’ll do it under protest (Ryan Rubio, to CBR News)” as begun in the original series published by Image Comics. You can watch a video review of the first Cemetery Blues stories, and be sure to buy yourself a copy through Amazon.com.
Cemetery Blues: Ring Around the Rosey A Pocket Full of Schnapps is published by Sequential Matinee every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.