Summer Reading – George RR Martin’s Fevre Dream

We continue our series of articles with some of Avatar’s best collections to take with you on a trip to the beach or local pool.  Today we are revisiting George RR Martin’s classic period piece about vampires in Mississippi.  Set … Continue reading

Give the Gift of George RR Martin

Its the holidays and last minute gift giving is upon you.  What do you get the fiction and comic book reader in your life that they don’t already have?  Why not go to your local comic shop and get them … Continue reading

George RR Martin’s Noir Werewolf Tale Skin Trade Coming to TV

Fans of author George R.R. Martin and his incredible series Game of Thrones have a new treat coming their way soon to the small screen.  Skin Trade, the noir World Fantasy Award winning werewolf story, is being adapted for television … Continue reading

George RR Martin’s Skin Trade Coming to Cinemax!

New York Times bestselling author, George RR Martin, has just announced that his noir werewolf tale, Skin Trade will be coming to the cable channel Cinemax soon!  Martin reveals that the deal is done and that a plot script has … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to ComiXology 11/19/14

These are the new Avatar Press comics to ComiXology on Wednesday 11/19/14: Crossed: Badlands #65 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: ? ? ?The horror master behind Crossed: Family Values and Crossed: Psychopath, DAVID LAPHAM continues a grimy tale of exploitation and vengeance. In … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to Comic Shops 10/8/14

New Avatar Press comics coming to comic book shops on Wednesday 10/8/14: Caliban #7 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      The final issue of the Caliban crew’s frightening story delivers a devastating conclusion! Fans have called GARTH ENNIS and FACUNDO PERCIO’s Caliban … Continue reading

Avatar Press New to Comic Shops 9/3/14

New Avatar Press comics coming to comic shops Wednesday 9/3/14: Crossed: Badlands #60 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:     The Crossed have taken everything from humanity – civilization, dignity, and hope are all gone in an instant. And in their disease riddled … Continue reading