Red Stylo has some interesting new titles coming this year. Here’s a bit about them:
Red Stylo Media Announces New Books For First Quarter 2015
(Baltimore, MD- February 6th 2015) Red Stylo Media is excited to announce new books for the first quarter of 2015, along with their annual “Red Stylo Presents” anthology series. Editor-in-chief Enrica Jang says, “Red Stylo is eager to expand both digital and print offerings this year. We’ve started a subscription service to our comics on Patreon, and we’re excited to feature a diverse group of stories and creators.”
The company just announced the fifth anthology in their Red Stylo Presents series will be 27, A Comic Anthology inspired by the music and artists of rock-n-roll’s infamous “27 Club”. Building on the success their previous year’s rock-themed anthology, KILLER QUEEN, A Comic Anthology inspired by the discography of Queen, the new anthology will include original comic art by various new and veteran creators. Red Stylo is now hosting an open call for artists and writers to contribute, and the creator lineup will be announced March 15th. 27, A Comic Anthology will be released in October later this year.
Part 2 of, The House of Montresor, an original graphic novel and a sequel to Edgar Allan Poe’s classic short story, The Cask of Amontillado, is now available at RedStylo.com. Story by Enrica Jang (AZTECA, Angel With a Bullet), illustrated by Jason Strutz (The Order of Dagonet from Action Lab). Fifty years have passed since the villainous Montresor murdered his friend, Fortunato. But revenge does not end: Montresor still has a few more surprises in store for Edana, heir to a great estate and the last remaining member of the Fortunato family. Part 1 is also available now from Red Stylo and comiXology, along with an adapted comic version of The Cask of Amontillado, listed in Bleeding Cool’s Indie Spotlight Best of 2014.
Ellen’s Adventures at The Shadowland, Book 1: The Phantom of Sam’s Point, by artist R. Robert Pollak, is now available. Robert is the artist and creator of Ellen’s Adventures at The Shadowland comic strip, drawing the series in a style reminiscent of the classic newspaper comic strips of yesteryear. All of the storylines and settings are inspired by the rich history and picturesque locations in New York’s Hudson Valley area. The main character, Ellen Allen, is an actress at the local Shadowland Theater in Ellenville, New York. Ellen’s charm is always finding herself in precarious situations with a group of over-the-top characters, from aliens, gnomes and ghosts, to old movie stars.