Here's an illo by (Rev. Cross) artist Jason Dennis. It's of the main villain from Kult Creations' 'Savage! Jungle Princess' comic... Countess Von Klaus... plus a couple of her Nazi Zombies! Pretty cool!
Just back from the Bristol Comics Expo 2013. Thanks to everyone who came by the table and bought something! 'Clock Strikes!' and 'Savage! Jungle Princess' were the two most popular titles, with 'Cross' coming a close third!
Issue four of our crazy jungle adventure is now on sale. After four full colour issues featuring Dinosaurs, Nazis and Ninjas... what have we got for you in 004? In a word... ZOMBIES!
This is the conclusion of our first storyline. All four issues also on sale in a cut price pack for late arrivals. Story by John A. Short, art by Gabrielle Noble! SJP is WILD!
Here's what the Coruvs Press website had to say about "
THE CLOCK STRIKES!
Who was the first “superhero” character to appear in a comic? Chances are if asked that question until recently I would have answered Superman. However, I have been reading Kult Creations lastest release and now I know the truth! The Clock first appeared in 1936, created by a full eighteen months before the Man of Steel.
I have to say I enjoyed the return of The Clock. The story was fast paced, peopled with believable characters and left me wanting more. Writer John Short has done a good job of capturing the spirit of Thirties America. He has a good ear for dialogue and his use of period slang quickly draws you into the world.
Vince Danks’ monochromatic artwork is very atmospheric and reminded me of those great black and white films from the golden days of Hollywood. There is a richness to the artwork that repays repeated viewing. I am eagerly waiting for the next issue"
I’m a full-time comics creator who has worked for all sorts of different publications all over the world. For the British newsstand kid’s comic ‘Toxic’, I created the strips ‘Rex!’ and ‘Robin Hoodie’. On the internet I wrote for Hunt Emerson's ‘Ardnox High’ strip. I’ve had stories in Fantagraphics and Rip Off Comix anthologies in America. I’ve had strips in ‘Soft Secrets’ and ‘Wasted’. I’ve written for ‘Artx’ and ‘Men Only’.
But in comics fandom I’m best known as the self-publisher of the small press titles ‘Octobriana’ (which won the award for Best New British Comic that year), ‘Armageddon Patrol’ and ‘Loxley’. I'm currently writing 'Ms. Fortune' for Britain's 'Mayfair Magazine'.