Clara Meath has contributed much to the world of comic books and art through her talent, class, and work ethic. With the release of her newest works for Scout Comics in the form of Shadow Play, we sat down with her for another addition to “Five Questions and a Creator.” So sit back, relax and enjoy the wisdom and talent of Clara Meath.
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From creators Richard Rivera (Stabbity Bunny), Alex Lobato, and artist Clara Meath (Swamp Lights), Shadowplay #1 will be the first issue in a new series from Scout Publishing. Shadowplay is a brand new adventure that takes place in the Stabbity Bunny universe featuring both fresh and familiar faces for Stabbity’s fans. This epic adventure series will reveal a little more of the beautiful, wonderful, and sometimes horrifying world of Richard Rivera's Stabbity Bunny universe.
Shadowplay #1 is set to hit shelves on January 30, 2019. To mark this incredible event, Scout Publishing and Comic Burst have teamed up for a very limited exclusive variant cover by Dwayne Biddix for the groundbreaking first issue.
SCOUT ANNOUNCES NEW TITLE FOR 2019 RELEASE: THE ELECTRIC BLACK
The Electric Black is a horror anthology involving a mysterious shop named The Electric Black. TEB exists in a pocket dimension and seemingly has a mind of its own. The shop appears to individuals that it intends to use or help journey down a dark path. The demonic proprietor/servant and regular narrator, Julius Black, and his partner (Jack) lead people through the shop displaying the cursed wares. Like the shop itself, Julius and Jack regularly manipulate the customers for their own devious purposes using objects from the shop. Each forbidden object might look normal but all have a dark past and secret to unlock. Those that enter the Electric Black never leave without something.
Stabbity Bunny #8 is coming soon and we are in for a particularly special treat this Halloween! Fans will be treated to a variant cover that is an homage to Hellraiser, with Stabbity Bunny drawn in the likeness of Pinhead. A few lucky ghouls will get their paws on an extremely limited, virgin, chromium version dubbed HARERAISER. An exciting moment for fans of the series since this is the first time we see Stabbity Bunny given the foil treatment. Here we discuss the shiniest installment of Stabbity Bunny to date with creator with Richard Rivera.
Ken Kristensen is known for his writing on SyFy’s insanely popular Happy!, and The Punisher on Netflix. Now he is releasing a series of his own called, OBLIV18N through Scout Comics on August 22, 2018. Here, Ken is kind enough to join us for another installment of Five Questions and a Comic.
If you love comic books and pro wrestling, Scout Comics has a brand new series that brings the drama of the squared circle to the printed page. With the inaugural release right around the corner, LLPW’s writer James Haick was kind enough to join us in launching our own new series Five Questions and a Comic. So check it out! If you don't, we are not responsible for what may happen when our new pro wrestler friends arrive at your door. Better keep reading just to be safe!
Richard Rivera is the affable sort of guy you want to buy a beer for just to hear him spin a yarn. His engrossing approach to storytelling is evident in his breakout hit Stabbity Bunny, which is flying off the shelves. Despite its recent rise in popularity, Rivera has had to work hard to get to today, self-publishing Stabbity for several years and working directly with his fans through a grueling convention schedule. More recently Rivera has not slowed down his travel schedule, but he does have a strong partner via a publishing deal with indie darling Scout Comics. Amazing variants from up-and-coming studios like The Brain Trust have also helped create buzz for Richard’s work and fans have clearly decided to “make mine Stabbity!”