October 31, 2008
Tyler James will be tabling at the Boston Comic Con, this Sunday, November 2, from 10 am – 6 pm. The con is taking place at the Back Bay Convention Center in Boston, MA. More details about the con can be found at its website.
Tyler will have on hand a small selection of CounterTERROR Ashcans available for purchase. He’ll also be selling issues of his self-published comic Super Seed, and will be previewing pages from another series he is writing called Tears of the Dragon.
October 21, 2008
Thanks for visiting the production blog for CounterTERROR, an action-packed, horror-infused new comic brought to you by writer Tyler James (Super Seed) and artist Stefano Cardoselli (Winds of Winter, Robodeath.)
CounterTERROR is currently being shopped to publishers, but will likely debut on the web in the next few months. In anticipation of that event, this blog is intended to provide behind the scenes access to the creators and the process of bringing this exciting story to life. So, check back regularly for updates, new features and art to get you primed for this comics event!
October 9, 2008
It’s New Year’s Eve. In the waning days of a failed administration, a lame duck president is packing his office, long since abandoned by the American public and even his closest aides and political allies. Still, he clings to the one unassailable triumph of his tenure as Commander in Chief, that there has not been another attack on American soil since 9/11…
Yet unbeknownst to him, terrorists have gotten hold of a highly contagious, weaponized, flesh-eating and rage-inducing virus that drives the infected insane and murderous. The terrorists’ plan- Deliver this virus throughout New York City via a number of self- injecting “suicide bombers” on New Year’s Eve. Their goal- put true terror in terrorism.
After an well-coordinated initial attack decimates the counterterror unit tasked with stopping the plot, it’s up to FBI counterterrorism specialist Dorian McCullough to control the spread of the virus, find the man orchestrating the attacks, and stop the virus from being released in Times Square when the ball drops.
McCullough is aided by fellow officer, Tina Montoya, the lone survivor of the initial attack, as well as support personnel from the National Counterterrorism Center. As he races to find the extremists behind these attacks before the streets run red with blood and mayhem, McCullough uncovers an unsettling connection between the virus and his own government. Before the night is over, McCullough may have to sacrifice the person closest to his heart to save his city from a nightmare.