• Posts Tagged ‘Guillermo Sanna’

    Amigo for September! Victorian Horror, Hellish Horror, Fantasy Horror…!

    by  • June 22, 2018 • Action/Fantasy, Blog, Horror, Nancy in Hell, Phantasmagoria, Rogues, SallyBooks, StraitJacket

    Previews for July solicits! The Amigo-team will lead you up to Halloween with the Spanish Master Of Horror setting his sight on the Victorian Age in a brand new series Phantasmagoria! And YES!  Nancy in Hell stroll towards an escape from Hades, but things are never what they seem! This time, we feature a Retailer Incentive...

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    Unleash the Straitjacket and let slip the Rogues!

    by  • September 30, 2015 • Rogues, StraitJacket

    Well, the quote is “Cry «Havoc!», and let slip the dogs of war” but Halloween is near, and it’s a special date to read the end of the horror miniseries written by El Torres with the awesome artwork by Guillermo Sanna: STRAITJACKET! The final issue where everything is revealed, or everyone dies, or our Universe is ravished by The Things Beyond,...

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    Legends of the Fall

    by  • September 7, 2015 • Blog, Rogues, StraitJacket

    Leaves fall from the trees, and our characters are falling into madness, despair, or dungeons underground! In the horror miniseries written by El Torres,  Straitjacket, Alex Wagner doesn’t believe anymore in the monsters that feed on sanity… doesn’t she? Again, with the awesome artwork by Guillermo Sanna! And our most beloved outlaws of the fantasy world of Gerada are...

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    Are you afraid… or are you MAD?

    by  • July 29, 2015 • Blog, Rogues, StraitJacket

    Madness goes rampant in Amigo! It’s La Locura!  Last month we presented the new horror miniseries by El Torres (aka Writer-Of-All): Straitjacket. We met Alex Wagner and the fancy asylum where she is institutionalized, and the not-so-fancy monsters that feed on sanity. All thanks to the new-wonderful-hot artist Guillermo Sanna! And we keep releasing Rogues! Odd Parenthood, with the no-less-amazing art by Nacho Tenorio and Sergio Mora. The most...

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