- On 14 Apr | '2017
Greetings Loyal Airmen, by the time this new entry post, there hopefully will have been several new announcements concerning Brother Bones; one dealing with the movie in production and the other concerning as yet a new Brother Bones comic project. The comic project refers to the agreement the Air Chief has made with Lucky Comics publisher John Helmer. We’ve written an 8 pg origin primer John was to have finished and available for Free Comic Book Day, the first Sat of May. The artist for the series will be Argentinian artist Flavio Silva and there will be two different covers. Flavio will do one and Rob Davis the other. Above are two of Rob’s latest sketches featuring the Undead Avenger. Most likely one of these will be finalized as his cover. Stay tuned, we’ll be sure to keep you all posted.
Airship 27 Productions’ latest title was released this past week as well. It is Volume 4 of MYSTERY MEN ( & Women) the anthology series which focuses on brand new pulp heroes created by today’s best writers. In this issue we four tales by B.C. Bell, Thomas Deja, Joel Jenkins and C. William Russette. Rob provides the interior illustrations while Zach Brunner’s spooky cover features Deja’s hero, the Ferryman. Now available at Amazon in paperback and soon on Kindle. We hope you’ll check it out.
Although we haven’t mentioned it lately, we’d like to remind all you Loyal Airmen that the good folks at Radio Archives continue to adapt all our fine Airship 27 novels and anthology books into audio books and make them available via Amazon through (www.Audible.com). This past week alone they released, The Phantom Detective Vol One and Lance Star – Sky Ranger Vol 3. Radio Archives voice actor readers are the best in the business and if you enjoy audio books on those long road trips or daily commutes, we’d hope you might check them out. Again, simply got to (www.Audible.com) and write the words AIRSHIP 27 PRODUCTIONS and see what pops up. You just might be pleasantly surprised. This far all three Brother Bones have been done, with voice actor Scott Bennett and the first Captain Hazzard novel concerning the Air Chief’s own titles.
And that’s it for this week, Loyal Airmen. Before signing off we’d like to wish all of you and your loved ones a wonderful and blessed HAPPY EASTER!! As ever thanks for stopping by.
Ron – Over & Out!