Project Nemesis: New Kaiju Comic Series from Jeremy Robinson and Matt Frank
Source: American Gothic Press
Special Thanks to Matt Frank
Clawing out from the mind of Jeremy Robinson (MirrorWorld) comes the first in his “Kaiju Thriller” series, adapted for comic readers with the help of renowned kaiju artist Matt Frank (Godzilla: Rulers of Earth). The six issue Project Nemesis mini-series will debut in October from American Gothic Press, the new comic book imprint of Famous Monsters.
Jeremy Robinson explained, “When I first came up with the idea for Project Nemesis, my first thought was ‘This would make an awesome comic book,’ which was quickly followed by ‘Oh man, Matt Frank would be perfect for this!’ Nobody does kaiju in comics better. And now here we are, making the dream reality.”
“Jeremy had been asking me for a while to work on comics with him,” added Matt Frank. “And the opportunity finally presented itself when Phil Kim, from Famous Monsters, had begun requesting me as well to work on a new comic series for American Gothic Press! I put the two together and it’s a surefire winner. The Nemesis universe is a lot of fun and I hope we get to play in it for a good while!”
In addition to a cover by Frank, Project Nemesis #1 will also offer a 1:10 incentive variant cover by Bob Eggleton (Godzilla in Hell).
Project Nemesis #1 (of 6)
Jon Hudson is sent to the wilderness chasing Bigfoot sightings, until he and Sheriff Ashley Collins find themselves in the midst of a secret experiment gone terribly, terribly wrong… and it turns out that kaiju, the great monsters of Japanese legend, are much more real than anyone could have imagined.
Writer: Jeremy Robinson
Artist: Matt Frank
Editor: Holly Interlandi
Regular Cover: Matt Frank
Variant Cover: Eggleton
Item code: AUG150990
On Sale Date: October 28, 2015
Cover Price: $3.99
About American Gothic Press
American Gothic Press, established in 2015, is an imprint of Famous Monsters of Filmland (Movieland Classics, LLC). Its publishing slate will consist entirely of comic books in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror genre, reflecting Honorary FM Editor-in-Chief Forrest J Ackerman’s love for all things monstrous and mysterious. Publisher Philip Kim will oversee the development of new series, with FM magazine Editor Holly Interlandi acting as general Editor for all titles.