Battle Quest Comics has published young-adult comic books for over a decade. However, they recently signed a deal with Diamond Comics that will take their publications to a whole new level. Friend of the blog and newly minted Media Director, Justin Zimmerman, provided an exclusive interview with the minds behind the comics.
Throttle Films just closed the rights to the hit graphic novel ‘The Killing Jar’. Action auteur William Kaufman (The Brave on Netflix, Daylight’s End on Amazon Prime) is developing Justin Zimmerman’s The Killing Jar, a neo-western / horror comic story he says “literally jumps off the page.” Kaufman and longtime […]
SOLDIER SOLDIER, the latest project by Justin Zimmerman’s Bricker-Down Productions, looks to tell the story of a real-life superhero, down to his experiences with post-combat post-traumatic stress disorder. Justin, the director, is turning to Kickstarter not only to help fund it, but to draw the audience into the journey alongside […]
A small Colorado town. Three drug runners with a van filled with product. Two police officers investigating suspicious activity. A heroic young woman with a violent past, an innocent little brother and her dead father’s .38 police special. And a throng of ravenous townspeople out of their minds with drug […]
When we look back at pieces of art that changed our entire society, we’re often dismayed to see our prejudices and societal failings on full display. I’ve been thinking a lot about The Birth of a Nation lately, and not just because Spike Lee recontextualized it in his remarkable BlacKkKlansman. […]
When we think of comics our minds jump first to the images on the page, then to the writing. How often though do we think about all the other pieces that have to come together to make the final product? Last year a new tradition was born: Letterer Appreciation Day. […]
The 27 Run combines the question of sustainability with human tenacity and a never ceasing fight to find meaning in a wasteland.
We sat down with 12-year-old star Kian and director Justin Zimmerman to discuss their Kickstarter venture for post-production costs on the indie monster movie MADE YOU LOOK.
Real life superheroes live among us, as evident by a wonderful month-long event put on by one of Portland, Oregon’s greatest comic book shops. Throughout the whole month of October, Excalibur Comics is going to be accepting food donations to go toward the Northeast Emergency Food Program (NEFP). Their social […]