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August 4, 2010

Indie Previews: Blood and Bones OGN

The new graphic novel, Blood and Bones, asks the question, “How far would you go to survive?”

Blood and Bones is a take no prisoners military horror graphic novel that focuses on this very question. Written by Christian Beranek (Dracula vs. King Arthur, Willow Creek),  with art by Andrew Mangum (Star-Spangled War Stories, Grimm Fairy Tales),  and newcomer MaxFlan Araujo, Blood and Bones takes a team of commandos on a mission into the jungle to retrieve a rogue operative. What they discover, however, is a world lost to reason and drenched in blood!

“Jason, the leader of the group, must make tough decisions to survive and take down his former protege,” explains Beranek. “The price he will pay, however, will test the very core of his humanity.”

Blood and Bones is an independent project that is raising funds through Kickstarter, a popular site that has helped finance such titles as Sweets by Kody Chamberlain and Athena Voltaire by Steve Bryant. “Kickstarter is a phenomenon that’s existence is a testament to the independent spirit,” says Beranek. “As creators it allows us to promote and raise funds and awareness for ideas that are not backed by big corporations. It puts the power in the hands of the artists and the readers who want to see projects such as Blood and Bones succeed.”

Blood and Bones artist Andrew Mangum recently completed inks for Star-Spangled War Stories with writer Billy Tucci for DC Comics. Colorist MaxFlan Araujo was discovered via a talent search.

Blood and Bones is slated for a 2011 release.

For more information, please visit the Blood and Bones page on Kickstarter: http://kck.st/bmc2NP

Mike Parente
mike@comicattack.net

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  2. Damn! This looks pretty good and sounds like it’ll be a good read



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