Redneck #1

Apr. 24th, 2017 12:47 am
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"These vampires aren't your typical vampires ... which sounds like a huge cliche, right? But they aren't pretty, or well-spoken or connected to the secret vampire covens or any of that crap. Hell, they're barely interested in being vampires. They don't even really know the rules!

They're just good simple people who want the same things we do. They want peace, and they want to be safe. And yeah, they want to drink beer and tell jokes."

- Donny Cates


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Savior #1

Apr. 8th, 2017 12:39 am
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"The sound bite is ‘what if the most dangerous guy on the planet was the guy trying to do the most good?’ If you watch CNN, Fox and MSNBC, you can get cynical about the world. I’m bringing the cynicism forward that if J.C. himself came down tomorrow, could he survive with the media we have, and the people going ‘he’s supposed to have longer hair,’ and ‘I thought he was 6 feet tall?’

We’re cynical and instead of just embracing what’s in front of us and saying it’s possible, I think he would become a) the enemy of people because he happened to appear in America, so our enemies are going ‘hold on a sec, are they making super soldiers? They can make 10,000 of this guy?’ And b) the other side who should be endorsing him are going to be going ‘this dude isn’t good for business,’ and the business is organized religion because he’s not doing it by the playbook. ‘He’s kinda there, he’s just not all the way there. And if he convinces people that he’s right and we’re wrong, our business model goes to hell in a handbasket.’"

- Todd McFarlane


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IMAGE COMICS: In this series, a tornado brings the divine right to the heart of the mundane. Where do we go from here? Are you going to keep a balance of the two, or push our normal characters deep into divine conflict?

DONNY CATES: This is a story about the Quinlan family first and foremost. The Quinlans are just simple people trying to get by and they could honestly care less for the schemes and machinations of higher beings. I think that balance between the high and the low, the celestial and the country, is what makes the book special.

These immense beings coming down to earth, proclaiming their lineage and how powerful they are—only to be confronted with the Quinlans, telling them to get off their land because it's private property. That kind of thing is so fun for me.

To put it succinctly, these gods mess with Texas. And, well...we're not overly fond of that kind of thing 'round these parts.


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Fathom #1

Feb. 10th, 2017 11:25 am
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