The Art Behind The Evil

I thought it would be fun to share the vision of a couple of artists I had worked with on Evil Eternal, back in the day when I had dreams of starting it as a graphic comic. I haven’t given up that dream. Please feel free to petition your favorite comic publisher to make Evil Eternal come alive in the panels of a comic!

This first one of the character Father Michael was drawn by my close friend, Mike Chella. Dude looks badass. Unfortunately it comes out grainy here, but I loved the dark style that Mike brought to the project. The panels Mike drew are what inspired me to keep working on the story and escalating the madness!

Next is a slick, computer graphic version of our favorite undead priest by author and artist, Ron Leming. The crucifix trident is pretty freakin’ cool.

And speaking of comics, Saturday, May 5th is National Comic Book Day. If you’re a fan, please visit your comic book store and pick up a few issues of your fave. I also wrote an article, more an ode to comic books, to celebrate the day. Click here to take a gander.

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About Hunter Shea

I’m the product of a childhood weened on The Night Stalker, The Twilight Zone and In Search Of. I don’t just write about the paranormal. I actively seek out the things that scare the hell out of people and experience them for myself. My novels, Forest of Shadows, Evil Eternal , Swamp Monster Massacre and Sinister Entity are published through Samhain Publishing’s horror line. 2014 will be busy, with my novella, The Waiting, and novel, Hell Hole coming out with Samhain, and my first thriller paperback, The Montauk Monster, with Pinnacle in June. I live with my family and untrainable cat close enough to New York City to get Gray’s Papaya hotdogs when the craving hits. I’m also proud to be be one half of the Monster Men video podcast, along with my partner in crime, Jack Campisi. Our show is a light hearted approach to dark subjects. We explore real life hauntings, monsters, movies, books and everything under the horror sun.

9 responses to “The Art Behind The Evil”

  1. Nina D'Arcangela says :

    Cinco de Mayo is National Comic Book Day, sweet! Thank for the share ;}

  2. hookofabook says :

    And can you believe, today~the 4th~is Star Wars day?? :) So glad we did this post today, Hunter!

  3. Jack Campisi (@backinjack) says :

    Today is Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby. Happy Cinco de Derby!!!

  4. the happy horror writer says :

    I love both pieces of art, but am partial to the drawing. I like the way it looks like a bunch of flies are gathering together to make the form. Makes me curious. Is the Father being created by some sort of darkness – or is he the white spaces between the darkness that is struggling to come to the foreground? I bet I’ll find out when I read EVIL ETERNAL!

    • Hunter Shea says :

      For some reason, the conversion made the drawing super grainy, but it added another layer of depth in the process! Oh, Father Michael is a lot more than meets the eye. You’ll see. ;)

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