Charlie Adlard, John Wagner, and David Hine sign on June 11th.
Infinity & Beyond celebrates 20 years in business this June with an exclusive Walking Dead #85 “celebration cover”. This exclusive edition is limted to 2,000 with art by regular Walking Dead artist Charlie Adlard.
Cover is printed on cardstock paper with the back blank allowing for sketches.
This offer is only available to people attending our “birthday bash” event on Saturday 11th June at our shop in Shrewsbury when Charlie Adlard will be signing and sketching copies.
Additional guests include John Wagner, co-creator of Judge Dredd and David Hine, writer of FVZA, Bulletproof Coffin, Spawn, and Detective Comics.
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David Hine signs on Thursday September 2nd from 6 – 7pm.
Forbidden Planet is pleased to announce a signing by DAVID HINE. He will be signing FVZA: THE FEDERAL VAMPIRE AND ZOMBIE AGENCY at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR, on Thursday 2nd September from 6 – 7pm.
Landra always knew that Vampires and Zombies were real. Trained to fight since childhood by her grandfather, legendary Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency operative Hugo Pecos, she was ready. Even though both viruses were – apparently – eradicated and the F.V.Z.A. officially disbanded, Landra knew they would be back. Little did she realise that when the Vampires did come out of hiding they would use a deadly new weapon – an incurable strain of the zombie virus. Now Picos and Landra (along with her brother Vidal) have been tasked to re-instate the agency and train a new batch of operatives to target the most dangerous Vampire they’ve ever known – Landra and Vidal’s own grandmother!
David Hine has been working in comics since the 1980s, working on everything from 2000AD to Image Comics’ Spawn to TokyoPop titles to Marvel’s X-Men. As well as the back-and-white horror comic Strange Embrace, he’s probably best-known for Silent War, a six-issue mini-series with art by Frazer Irving. More recently, he’s written the Arkham Asylum one-shot for the Batman” Battle for the Cowl event – which, in turn, created the mini-series Arkham Reborn.