2 new books from the studio in stores this week, SIMPSONS TREEHOUSE OF HORROR #16 and the last issue of IT THE TERROR FROM BEYOND SPACE.
Here's a look at the solicitations and some bonus stuff to boot.
BART SIMPSONS TREEHOUSE OF HORROR #16
MGM Drive-In Theater: It! The Terror From Beyond Space #3 (of 4)
Dara Naraghi (w) • Mark Dos Santos (a) • Steve Mannion (c)
This retro-1950s saga follows the harrowing tale of the spaceship Challenge 142 as it carries the only survivor of an earlier failed expedition who is suspected of killing his crew for their lifesaving rations. Traveling Earthbound... they discover a hungry man-eating creature that is killing the crew one member at a time...
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
IT! THE TERROR FROM BEYOND SPACE TM & © 1958-2010 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Featuring creepy Simpsons Comics by-
Evan Dorkin • Lemmy • Peter Kuper • Kelvin Mao • Kelly Jones • Tone Rodriguez & Tony Fleecs!
Bongo asked the all of the creators from this year's book for a few thoughts describing their experience making the stories. Here's a bit of what I had to say.
"My experience on Homer Goes to Hell was awesome. I had two main goals on it (three if you count getting paid.) First, I just wanted to do a Simpsons story that looked different than any I'd ever seen before...."
You can read the rest (and see some more art from the story) right here.
NEXT UP: SEPTEMBER SOLICITATIONS!
MGM’s Midnite Movies: Motel Hell #2 (of 3)
Matt Nixon (w) • Chris Moreno (a) • Tim Bradstreet (c)
Diamond Previews order code:
11/10/10 • SRP: $3.99
Cinematic psycho killers, Vincent & Ida Smith are cultivating their own special brand of cabbage patch “kids” from their pick of invited guests comprised of the snootiest snobs that ever lived! These visitors have no idea what’s in store for them at the siblings’ award-winning Napa Valley winery! Heads will roll, and we ain't talking lettuce! For immaturely mature readers.
FC • 30 pages • $3.99
MOTEL HELL ™ & © 1980-2010 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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