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Transfuzion is now part of Caliber Comics!

Posted by Gary Reed on 6:01 AM

Transfuzion has moved......and by moved, it means EVERYTHING.

Transfuzion is now part of Caliber Comics which announced in February of 2014 that is was resuming publishing.  All Transfuzion titles will now be under the Caliber imprint.

Hopefully that will lead to wider distribution and certainly more availability in digital formats.

You can find all you favorite Transfuzion titles...and more...at 

CHILLERS REACHES INTO THE DARKNESS AGAIN

Posted by Gary Reed on 12:30 PM

Chillers, the graphic novel horror anthology based on the critically acclaimed movie from Troma Films, has a second volume of all new spine tingling tales set for national release April 17. The graphic novel series is edited by the film’s writer and director, Daniel Boyd, who also contributes some of the stories in the stand alone volumes released by Transfuzion Publishing. 

The first volume of Chillers released last year was nominated for Best of the Year in both the Shel Dorf and Ghastly Awards and tabbed as the Best Anthology of 2012 by noted horror blogsite, Decapitated Dan. The debut book in the series also gained considerable praise with Ted Brown, reviewer for Comics Forge labeling it as “easily this is my favorite horror comic release of the year so far and will be very hard to dethrone maybe even impossible...” 

The graphic novel continued in the tradition of the 1988 cult classic film Chillers from Troma Films, written and directed by Boyd, an assistant professor of media studies at West Virginia State University. “Our formula is simple: frighten and enlighten. Like Rod Serling taught us, beginning 53 years ago with The Twilight Zone, the best stories of the fantastic are those that say something,” he said. And after making more than 30 films in his career, telling stories in the graphic novel medium has been an exciting new experience for Boyd who describes the Chillers anthologies as a cross between the classic EC Comics and the powerful elements conveyed by Serling in his Twilight Zone tales.


 “With the graphic novels of Chillers, there is more of an immediate impact that has much more control,” Boyd said. “It allows all of the creators involved to frighten and entertain with unique stories linked by a common narrator.” In addition to Boyd, the second installment of Chillers features several other accomplished horror writers, along with some of the bests artists from around the world. 

Gary Reed, publisher of Transfuzion, said this second volume is not just a follow up to the first book, but rather just the next in the series. “Each Chillers volume stands on its own, that’s one of the appealing aspects of anthologies,” he said. “I think with the momentum of Troma re-releasing the Chillers film and the tribute album from the Buddy Black Band, Chillers is primed to continue its dark and twisted tales.” 


ABOUT DANIEL BOYD
Daniel Boyd is an acclaimed filmmaker with dozens of films, including Chillers, Strangest Dreams: Invasion of the Space Preachers, and Paradise Park (aka, Heroes of the Heart) to his credit. A media studies professor at West Virginia State University since 1983, Boyd has also taught around the world including in Tanzania as a three-time Fulbright scholar. Producing nearly every genre of film, Boyd's television work has earned 3 national Telly awards and 2 regional Emmy nominations. He has recently expanded into graphic novel creation with Chillers - The Graphic Novel (Transfuzion Publishing), which was the 2012 Shel Dorph nominee for Original Graphic Novel of the Year, and Ghastly nominee for Best Horror Anthology. Boyd also serves as "Artist in Residence" at WV State University's Economic Developments Centeron Charleston's west side.



THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW

Posted by Decapitated Dan on 11:35 AM


The official adaptation of the cult classic!

Collecting the Caliber Comics series, this full color graphic novel not only has all
three issues to complete the adaptation but also special features such as a profile
on Rocky creator, Richard O’Brien;  the lyrics to all the songs; and the fan club version
of the audience participation guide including a prop list.

Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook, the official Rocky Horror Picture Show
comic has been out of print for 20 years and is presented in trade paperback
form for the first time ever.  While you’re doing the Time Warp, dream it!

Written and illustrated by Kevin VanHook

More information on Talking Transfuzion

128 pages, Full Color, $17.99.  
978-0-9857493-1-6

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