100 DAYS OF DEATH
A man who has always been a loner finds himself the head of a misfit surrogate family when society as we know it devolves after an apocalyptic virus virtually destroys humanity.
When a virulent human “rabies” epidemic sweeps across the planet, it infects the entire world within a few short months. Those that manage to avoid the initial outbreak are prey to the crazed, violent INFECTED that roam the cities and countryside. Power grids fail, communications break down, food supplies dwindle, and even fellow uninfected humans can’t be trusted. Survival becomes nearly impossible, maintaining ones’ humanity, even harder.
Two and a half years later a journal is found atop the spire of the Seattle Space Needle. The contents tell of one man’s experiences in this nightmare existence.
100 DAYS OF
DEATH THE NOVEL
Created by Ray Ellingsen and conceived as a trilogy, “100 Days of Death” and its sequels in the “Days of Death” series will follow a development path similar to Richard Matheson’s “I Am Legend” and Max Brooks’ “World War Z.”
MPMG Partner, Studio W, will find the best publishing partner for release as a hardcover, general fiction to first capture maximum exposure in the marketplace.
The guy responsible for creating dozens of Batman comics with elaborate illustrations is blind as a Batman.
Tommy Castillo is big in the comic world, known for penciling a bunch of Batman spinoffs. Tommy’s especially impressive because he’s totally blind in one eye and has 15% vision in the other.
Check out the “100 Days of Death” illustration below…the fine pencil detailing is all the more amazing given his disability. It took a year to complete. And Batman isn’t Tommy’s only fete. He also illustrates for “Tales From the Crypt”.
Tommy lost his vision after blood vessels in his eyes were destroyed because of his diabetes. He was blind in one eye for years, and the other eye lost vision over the last few years.
Tommy used a magnifying glass to assist in his latest zombie-themed work, “100 Days of Death”.