They’re back! Brian Keene & Tom Piccirilli!

Posted on April 21st, 2010 in Books,Comic Books,Events,Store by Jeremy

Some exciting news today!  Brian Keene, acclaimed author of such works as Darkness On the Edge of Town, Dark Hollow, Castaways, and The Rising, and Tom Piccirilli, author of such works as  Shadow Season, The Cold Spot, and The Coldest Mile will be appearing at Heroes Only on Saturday, September 25th.  Copies of their novels and comic titles will be available for purchase at the store.  Also, feel free to purchase them online (click above listed novels to navigate to corresponding title’s page on Amazon) or at your local bookstore.

Brian Keene

Tom Piccirilli

The signing will take place at Heroes Only Comics & Games from Noon and run until 4 pm.

Information on The Last Zombie:

“Follow the frantic journey of a man seeking his one ray of hope in a post-apocalyptic nightmare United States. The zombies have come and (mostly) gone, but the disease is still out there, threatening the survivors. The country swarms with roving packs of wild animals—and worse, desperate humans—ready to do whatever it takes to survive. Through it all, one man must drive from Colorado to New York to reunite with the woman he loves…before it’s too late for either of them!”

The Last  Zombie will be a 5 part series.

Information on Punisher #75 and Shadow Season:

“Special double-sized 75th issue!  Several years ago, under a cloudless day in New York’s Central Park, Frank Castle’s family was slaughtered in a mob crossfire.  On that day, the man known as Frank Castle died and in his place was born the Punisher, a relentless engine of vengeance.  Five stories take an unflinching look at what really happened that day, providing a penetrating look into the mass of hard muscle that once was Frank Castle’s heart.  You won’t look at the Punisher the same way again.  Featuring Charlie Huston and Ken Lashley’s “Smallest Bit of This”…Peter Milligan and Tomm Coker’s “Father’s Day”…“Gregg Hurwitz and Das Pastoras’ “Gateway”…Thomas Piccirilli and Laurence Cambpell’s “Dolls”…and “TBD”

“In Piccirilli’s brooding, character-driven chiller, former New York City cop Finn, recently blinded, wallows in his new role as an English teacher at a posh girls’ boarding school. A storm looms as Finn and a skeleton staff remain to supervise a handful of girls staying at the school during winter break. Piccirilli (The Fever Kill) harps on his theme of isolation with palpable glee as Finn, surrounded by self-absorbed adolescents and mysterious, brutally violent attackers roaming the campus, grapples with blindness amid a sonar-dulling snowstorm in a remote area with no cellphone service. Terrified of solitude and driven by his cop instincts, Finn embarks on a wrenching journey that exposes the raw emotion of a man nearly destroyed by disability and circumstance.”

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