17 April 2010

Sgt. Zero Comic & Trailer

by Tyler Weaver.  Follow me on Twitter.

It was an exciting week last week.  Multi-Hyphenate contributor Anthony Schiavino (I pen television reviews for his website, pulptone.com) released the first issue of his long-awaited comic book series, SERGEANT ZERO.  To commemorate the event, and to help in the promotion of the book, I put together the trailer you'll see after the jump in a whirlwind editing session that turned into one of the most fun weekends in recent memory.

So, if you're able and willing, be sure to give Anthony's comic a look (and marvel at artist Simone Guglielmini's stunning artwork) at his Pulp Tone.com website.

Here's the description of the comic book.
Forged from a past now lost, his memory used for an inner fire, Sergeant Zero is a soldier few remember and most have forgotten…including himself.
Sergeant Zero sees action for the first time in the Black Forest, Germany. His unit, Zero Company, goes over the border from southern France, to a small town in the heart of the forest where they find Krieger Keep. Intelligence believes this to be a place of interest to Hitler. What they find, however, is something more sinister. A gateway into another Lovecraftian world.
Written, colored, and lettered by Anthony Schiavino
Illustrated by Simone Guglielmini
Pinup and variant cover by Dave Flora
24 pages (22 story plus extra and pinup)

Published by Pulp Tone
Trailer Produced, Edited, and Scored by Tyler Weaver.

Tyler Weaver is a filmmaker, writer, contributor to the pulptone.com website, and is the founder and EIC of Multi-Hyphenate... which you're reading right now.  He's currently making new things and yaks about that and more on Twitter under the creative guise of @tylerweaver.


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