2012 is DEFINITELY the biggest year yet for Vantage:Inhouse (haha) and NOTHING showcases that more than our convention schedule! We've got nearly 20 cons on the books, a hearty pull from the east coast and throughout the mid-west! Wanna know where we're going -- then look no further than the NEWEST ISSUE of On the Horzion! But it's not enough for you know where I'm going -- I want to see ALL OF YOU there as well, so you'll find show dates, address and the price of admission! And if that's not enough, you also get a heads up what V:IP is PREMIERING at each one!
Got a SMART PHONE? Use it to read the latest book from Vantage:Inhouse Productions: THE VILLAIN!
The Villain finds the world's WORST criminal -- a truly sadistic, bastard with a predilection for brutality -- suddenly experiencing an epiphany and wanting to change his ways. But when he ventures to tell his nemesis that he's out of the game, his congenial gesture is met with abrupt VIOLENCE. Loosely inspired by Nemesis (Mark Millar/Steve McNiven), this is a rock and roll ride with a CRAZY ending!
Written by Victor Dandridge Art by Miguel Barriga
* Don't have a smartphone? That's cool -- you TOO can read The Villain, just click [HERE]
WE'RE CHANGING THE GAME FOR THE SMALL PRESS CREATOR! Are you struggling with letting readers, retailers and the world at large about your upcoming works? Are you finding it difficult to get the word out about projects already available? I used to be in the same boat, until I took a PROACTIVE leap forward with On the Horizon, the official marketing/news catalog for Vantage:Inhouse Productions!
Inspired by the comic news aspect of Wizard Magazine, the brand-centric promotions of CLiNT and the order friendliness of PREVIEWS, On the Horizon gives you everything you need to READ and BUY everything V:IP!
If you're a comic creator --YOU SHOULD BE MAKING SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS!! Sam Humphries' Sacrifice page was AN AMAZING showcase for self-promotion and this catalog is taking that vibe to the NEXT LEVEL! The digital booklet is furnished FOR FREE through Issuu.com, using pdf files -- which can carry embedded links like on a webpage! Subsequent issues will show EVEN MORE what's possible with this and I hope to see a lot more of you doing it!