Demon’s Regret – Issue # 3 Preview
By Mitch Brown, Wilfredo Torres, Matt Warlick, Nate Pride, cover by Michael GoldenIn the thrilling final issue of the mini-series, Asmodeus recalls his involvement with history’s most infamous criminals and war mongers. Then, under suspicion from Lucifer, Asmodeus finds himself in a predicament where he must deceive the Great Deceiver himself!! This issue contains an exclusive interview with the creator and writer of the mini-series, Mitch Brown. Also, character designs are included from artist Wilfredo Torres.
Issue # 3 Hits the stands on WEDNESDAY 10/29!
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
So if my guess is right, DEMON'S REGRET Issue 3 should be on its way to the printer right about now. It’s been a lot of fun working on this book and a real learning experience for me being that it was my first professional work. While attending HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC the year before last my buddy Don Thomas introduced me to the very talented Sanford Greene who is really one of the nicest guys I’ve met in this business. Sanford looked through my portfolio and said to me, “I know a guy that you should meet”. He then introduced me to Mitch Brown who at the time had a couple of different ideas he wanted to produce but was looking for an Artist… I just happened to be one and the rest as they say is history.
Along the way this book has had some great folks involved that through their contribution have made it that much cooler. Big thanks to Inker Nathan Massengill who championed this book from the beginning, our Publisher Ed Dukeshire over at Digital Webbing and also Cover Artist extraordinaire, Michael Golden. As always my gratitude goes out to Brian Stelfreeze who always takes the time to look over my stuff and provide me invaluable direction and feedback on how I can continue to improve my work. I would also like to thank my wonderful collaborators, the man with the hat Mike Kilgore on Colors for issues 1 and 2. Matthew ‘Soulcore’ Warlick for jumping in for Colors on issue 3 and Nate Pride on Letters – Last but not least Writer, Mitch Brown who took a chance on an unknown and let me play with his toys.