Reviewer Peter Tennant gave Whispers from the Abyss a raving review in the latest issue of Black Static Magazine, highlighting the contributions of Alasdair Stuart, Greg Stolze, Jonathan Sharp, Mason Ian Bundschuh, Martin Hill Ortiz, Jason Andrew, David Tallerman , A. C. Wise, John R. Fultz, Brandon Barrows, Nick Mamatas, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, James Brogden, Jeff Provine, Dennis Detwiller, Sarena Ulibarri and Josh Finney . Check out Black Static #46 on your local newsstand or vist TTAPress.com
This weekend see’s 01Publishing at World Horror Con in Atlanta, GA! We are very excited to be attending this year as this commemorates our first year as members of the Horror Writer’s Association.
Come check us out in the dealer’s hall to get the latest information on upcoming 01Books and Graphic Novels.
Creators in Attendance: J. Ishiro Finney, William Finney , Kat Rocha
See You There!
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Come out and see us this weekend in San Pedro! Meet creators, pick up your copy of Whispers from the Abyss and get some sneek peaks at our upcoming series, Casefile: Arkham .
Yes, you’re hearing it here first. 01Publishing is proud to announce the latest edition to our catalog. Casefile: Arkham. A horror noir story set in the gritty streets of Arkham. Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy (the crew that brought you World War Kaiju) once again plays with the conventions of history and popular culture and pose a singularly interesting question to their readers. “What if Raymond Chandler wrote Lovecraft stories?”
Casefile: ARKHAM was a smashing success on Kickstarter and now 01Publishing is proud to be bringing it to readers around the world.
Set in the mid-1940s, Casefile: ARKHAM follows Hank Flynn, a down on his luck private eye who is back from the war and now working the mean streets of the most cursed city on Earth—Arkham, Massachusetts. And things only get worse for Flynn when a wealthy uptown socialite hires him to track down an artist by the name of Pickman. What begins as a simple missing persons case leads Flynn down a dark path of flesh eating ghouls, vengeful witches, and the notorious Innsmouth mafia.
Both Patrick McEvoy and Josh Finney will be at Big Wow in San Jose April 18-19 at AA107.
Casefile: Arkham is tentatively scheduled to hit the street in September of 2015. CasefileARKHAM.com
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01Publishing will be tabling at Big Wow on April 18-19 at AA107. Creators Josh Finney, Patrick McEvoy, and Kat Rocha will be available for signings, sketching, and all around chatting. Don’t miss out!
Patrick McEvoy and Josh Finney sit down with John Lepper of the Blood Shed to discuss their latest project, Casefile: Arkham.
Josh I. Finney: A hardboiled PI tale told on the mean streets of Lovecraft’s most haunted city–Arkham. It’s as if Raymond Chandler wrote stories in Lovecraft’s twisted, doom-fixated, warped, fishy world.
Patrick McEvoy: Visually, I’m tying to evoke the feeling of old movies – both the noir style of the 1940’s and the earlier German films like “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” or “M” or “Metropolis”. I’m also filtering this through my love of old EC and Warren comics – lots of creepy detail, scary shadows and evocative facial expressions. And also the fish thing.
Read all about it at TheBlood-Shed.com
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Tagged arkham, dagon, deep ones, detective, horror, josh finney, lovecraft, noir, patrick mcevoy, pi, pickman, raymond chandler
Some awesome coverage by great broadcasters and reviewers. The radio program Robots Attack on 103.3 FM KSCU Santa Clara gave World War Kaiju a killer review, talking about not only it’s unique format, but also about how they approached the book, and then their impressions afterwards. Wonderful work guys. Check it out at RobotsAttack.me
Patrick McEvoy and Josh Finney sat down with David from MedusPod to discuss Lovecraft, Kaiju, SJWs, and everything in between.
Check it out at MedusPod.com
The KaijuCast sat down with our own Josh Finney and Patrick McEvoy to discuss giant monsters, rubber suits, Japanese cinema, and all things involving blowing up models of stuff. Enjoy!