I’ve been a little negligent in updating this site, but I wanted to let you all know that the third – and final – issue of the current Gravedigger miniseries from Action Lab Danger Zone went on sale in finer comic book shops yesterday. This issue reprints the 2004 one-shot, “The Scavengers,” with all new cover art by artist Rick Burchett.
This issue – along with the previous two – is available digitally through ComiXology, as well. If you prefer to get your comics that way, you’ll find all three issues HERE.
If you’re one of those who prefers to “wait for the trade,” the collection, which I’ve titled “Hot Women, Cold Cash,” will be out soon. You can try to pre-order it from your local comic book store, or buy it online from Amazon HERE.
Issue #3 of Gravedigger, by Yours Truly & Rick Burchett is now available for pre-order through the Diamond Distributors’ Previews catalog under the Action Lab: Danger Zone imprint! Ships in September!
When “Gravedigger” McCrae is brought in on a South of the Border arms heist, it looks like it will be an easy score. But between the charms of the beautiful Angel and all the double-and-triple crosses, Digger will be lucky to get out alive. The desert sand will run red with blood before this caper is done.
Long-time fans will recognize this as a re-presentation of the critically-acclaimed 2004 one-shot, “The Scavengers,” under a brand-new cover by artist Rick Burchett! For new fans, it’s an opportunity to get the first Gravedigger story in print form (as that one-shot is long, long sold out). We’re really glad that Action Lab wanted to reprint this story along with “The Predators.” It’s probably the best-reviewed comic I’ve ever written, so it’s going to be great having it out there again.
Gravedigger #2, by Yours Truly and artist Rick Burchett, is solicited in the June Diamond Comics Distributors’ Previews catalog (Available May 27) from Action Lab: Danger Zone. The Diamond Item Code is JUN150869
Here’s the solicitation copy: On the run from the mob and the police, “Gravedigger” McCrae finds temporary respite with a lovely, wealthy playgirl. But it doesn’t take long for his pursuers to catch up with him, and then it’s no longer a matter of outrunning them, but escape from certain death. Can Digger outwit his adversaries in the savage conclusion to “The Predators?”