13 Days of Pan-demonium
“The 13 Days of Pan-demonium” is a celebration of the release of BLOOD FEUD: THE SAGA OF PANDORA ZWIEBACK, Book 1. It is the work of a dozen fantastic artists (plus the author Steven A. Roman), presenting their unique interpretations of the one and only Pandora Zwieback.
Artist – HENAR TORINOS DE LA TORRE
Henar is an artist from Madrid and works under the pseudonym of Liester. “Pandora Rock!” shows Pan and her best friend, Sheena McCarthy (another Goth) attending a death-metal concert starring their favorite band, Sarkophagia.
Artist – Jim Coon
Jim is an artist who got his start in small press comics. His Gahan Wilson-like piece shows why he’s such a great indie artist.
Artist – Teresa Challender
Teresa is famous for her character-driven science fiction comic Wandering Star, but she’s also great with comedic horror. Why, even zombies love Pan’s first adventure, Blood Feud!
Artist – Dave Hoover
Dave Hoover passed away on Sept. 5, 2011, but we’ll always remember him here for this amazing portrait of Pan and Annie.
Artist – Louis Small, Jr.
Louis was the acclaimed penciller of Harris Comics’ Vampirella comic books, so who better to provide a tribute to the classic horror tale—with a Zwiebackian twist, of course!
Artist – Elizabeth Watasin
Elizabeth is the writer/artist of Charm School, and author of the forthcoming novel Wit’s World: Never Was. “Chopping Maul” involves Gothic Lolita vampires battling Pan and Annie at a mall—because where else would you find undead fashionistas?
Artist – Caanan Grall
Caanan is a regular contributor to Comic Book Resources’ “The Line, It Is Drawn” feature. Here, Pan and Annie run into one of NYC’s more insistent toll collectors…
Artist – Eliseu “Zeu” Gouveia
What a cute couple! Pan and her boyfriend, Javier Maldonado, indulge in a bit of alone-time, courtesy of Pandora Zwieback and Lorelei artist Eliseu “Zeu” Gouveia.
Artist – Neil Vokes
Neil is the award-winning artist of The Black Forest and Flesh & Blood. “Evil Dead-Pan” shows the love all horror fans have for the lord of monster fighters, Bruce Campbell!
Artist – Chris Malgrain
Based in France, Chris is the artist of Stan Lee’s Alexa. So who better to draw Pan as a parody of DC Comics’ famous superhero space cop?
Artist – Uriel Caton
Pan’s co-creator and designer, Uriel got his start in comics on titles like The Ex-Mutants and JSA Annual, but he now works as the Senior Minimate (2D) Artist for Diamond Select Toys.
Artist – Steve Roman
This Roman guy’s an okay drawer. I understand he also wrote a novel about a Goth girl who fights monsters. Sounds a lot like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, to me, but what do I know? 😉
Artist – Ciaran Lucas
Ciaran is a digital artist who also works as a comics colorist. “Werewolf Café” shows that no place is safe from monsters—not even your local coffee house!