It’s a bloodier and even more brutal prequel to the cult classic film from Dee Snider of Twisted Sister fame, only this time it’s in comic book form! STRANGELAND: SEVEN SINS arrives on August 29th from Fangoria Comics. It’s a “Horror Vengeance” title that tells the terrifying tale of how Carleton Hendricks becomes the merciless Captain Howdy, and the sadistic path of revenge he takes against the seven individuals responsible.
Taking on the writing chores for this four-issue mini-series is Dee’s son, Jesse Blaze Snider. In addition to fronting the up-and-coming band BAPTiZED BY FiRE, Jesse will have work featured in the forthcoming Marvel Comics Presents series.
Joining Jesse on art will be Irish artist Stephen Mooney, best known for his contributions to the CSI comic books and various titles from IDW’s Angel series. Rounding out the art team is Jason Jensen, an industry vet who has colored everything from Chaos! to Archie.
STRANGELAND: SEVEN SINS is a four-issue monthly mini-series from Fangoria Comics. Each issue clocks in at 32 pages for $3.99. All issues sport covers by Mooney and Jensen.
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A couple of weeks ago, I was in the state of New York for a week, including a day in the big apple. We had a lot of family related activities, including a wedding to attend on Saturday.
Amazingly, I found out that the little town called Woodstock was a short drive away from our hotel. Needless to say, this rock fan had to seek this town out, and check it out.
For those of you that have never been there, Woodstock isn’t the place where the big 1969 Music Festival was held, but it is where the festival’s namesake came from. It is a sleepy little town, full of craft shops, t-shirt stores etc. It is a fun little place to check out on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
We came across this center court area where there was twenty to thirty people drumming together. You can see this in the video below.
Woodstock was definitely one of the more unique things we saw on our trip!