Tim Seeley

Kickstarter: ‘Mini Comics Included’ by Tim Seeley, Steve Seeley & Mike Moreci

Kickstarter: ‘Mini Comics Included’ by Tim Seeley, Steve Seeley & Mike Moreci

Mini Comics Included is a newly launched Kickstarter by Tim Seeley, Steve Seeley and Mike Moreci's for their line of new comics.  The project includes six all new 80's style comic series that are based on toy lines the creator's wish had existed.  Each comic will be printed individually with 16 pages of original story and art, and sized to the format of the mini-comics that accompany toys.  But not only will you be Kickstarting the comics, Mini Comics Included also incorporates actual toys into Tell Me More!
Comic Review: Revival #5 by Tim Seeley

Comic Review: Revival #5 by Tim Seeley

The newest issue of Revival by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton offers another exciting look into the lives of those under quarantine in their small town.  One thing we particularly loved about this issue is that we were able to gain some insight into the rest of the world's concern over the revivers and about how some extremist leaders are using the emergence of the revivers to create a story that fits their objectives.   As with each previous issue, Seeley and Norton deliver a story that is so spot Tell Me More!
Comic Review: Revival #4 By Tim Seeley

Comic Review: Revival #4 By Tim Seeley

Revival returns this month for it's fourth installment involving the case of the Wisconsin Revivers.  This issue was full of information and we learned a lot more about reporter May Tao who discovers a cell phone containing some very curious photos.  Meanwhile, another reporter Jamie, is spilling the story of Arlene Dittman's attempted suicide by arson at her own daughter's funeral while the men who perform autopsies inspect Arlene's burned body.  Seeley further foreshadows the inevitable chaos Tell Me More!
NYCC 2012: Dark Horse Announces Con Schedule

NYCC 2012: Dark Horse Announces Con Schedule

It's about that time that if you're attending New York Comic Con, you should start planning your panel schedule to avoid missing things that you definitely want to see.  Each day leading up to the convention we'll be posting more news about what your options are.  Today we're posting the Dark Horse Comics signing and panel schedule! NYCC 2012 Dark Horse Comics Signing Schedule THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 3:00 p.m.            THE ART OF CAMILLA D’ERRICO: Camilla D’Errico 4:00 Tell Me More!
Comic Review: Revival #3

Comic Review: Revival #3

The third issue of Tim Seeley's Revival continues to intrigue and terrify.  Tim has masterfully injected the perfect amount of horror into the story without sacrificing the plot.  In a town that is quarantined due to the emergence of the Revivers, each person is still going about living their daily lives and dealing with their individual issues.  In issue 3, Dana's father gives her a second chance at being on R.C.A.T., but the partner she acquires is not someone she was planning on working with. Tell Me More!
Comic Review: Revival #2 by Tim Seeley & Mike Norton

Comic Review: Revival #2 by Tim Seeley & Mike Norton

The second issue of Tim Seeley and Mike Norton's Revival, described as a rural noir, is just as terrifying and addicting as the first!  Within the first few pages, we are transported to a morgue where the coroner is taking a stab at examining their first reviver, the crazy old woman from the first issue.  They discuss their patient's first and second death, but are abruptly interrupted when she awakens and begins screaming about daisies. Issue #2 gives us a more in depth look into the lives of Tell Me More!
Comic Review: Revival #1 by Tim Seeley

Comic Review: Revival #1 by Tim Seeley

Revival, a new horror series written by Tim Seeley (author of Hack/Slash) and illustrated by Mike Norton, lives up to the Image Comics name in only its first issue.  The first installment gives enough background information to set up the series for further issues, while not sacrificing the excitement and terror that entices readers to pick up a horror comic to begin with.  The story begins with a beautiful poem that is offset by a snow filled western backdrop.  The scene ends with the death of Tell Me More!