Brill, Zonjic, Ekedal, Shalvey, Hardman unite for Dracula World Order
Following up the teaser we received earlier this week, former BOOM! Studios editor and Darkwing Duck writer Ian Brill has revealed the details behind Dracula World Order, a self-published one-shot that will be available next Wednesday at select retailers and digitally through comiXology.
Joining Brill in creating the comic are four different artists — Tonci Zonjic, Rahsan Ekedal, Declan Shalvey and Gabriel Hardman. The comic is broken into four chapters, each drawn by a different artist, with a cover by Shalvey and colorist Jordie Bellaire. The story revolves around Dracula’s son Alexandru leading a rebellion against his father and the one-percent “vampire elite.”
From a publishing/distribution standpoint, Brill seems to be following the model that worked very well for Sam Humphries last year with his self-published comics Our Love is Real and Sacrifice (Brill even mentioned Humphries in his press release). The one-shot has a print run of 300 copies, creating a collectible item, but it’s also available digitally so anyone with a mobile device or web connection can read it through comiXology. (If you’re interested in more about Humphries’ approach, he spoke extensively about it at Comic-Con last year at a panel we were both on, which is available for your listening pleasure here).
You can find some preview artwork and a list of shops selling the comic below. I have some questions out to Brill about it, so watch for an interview soon.
Shops where you can find a physical copy of Dracula World Order:
- 4 Color Fantasies in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
- Beach Ball Comics in Anaheim, CA
- The Beguiling in Toronto, Canada
- Collector’s Paradise in Winnetka and Pasadena, CA
- Comix Experience in San Francisco, CA
- Desert Island in Brooklyn, NY
- Laughing Ogre Comics in Lansdowne, VA, Fairfax, VA and Columbus, OH
- Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, CA
- Midtown Comics in New York City, NY
- Speeding Bullet Comics in Norman, OK
- It can also be purchased online from Things From Another World (http://www.tfaw.com).