First off, Anthony Del Col’s latest graphic novel, SON OF HITLER, has just been released to great acclaim!
Written with fellow Canuck Geoff Moore and with art by Jeff McComsey, SON OF HITLER is a thriller set in the darkest days of WWI when a determined spy handler discovers the ultimate legend: that Adolf Hitler fathered a child while stationed in France during the First World War. She tracks down the son and recruits him for a mission to meet his biological father – to kill him.
In the vein of Inglourious Basterds, Zero Dark Thirty and Man in the High Castle and published by the #1 indie comics publisher Image Comics (The Walking Dead, Saga), SON OF HITLER features elements of espionage, violence and an ending that was inspired by recent world events, including last year’s Charlottesville riots.
Anthony has been on a signing tour in New York in the last two weeks and more signing dates will be announced in the future.
You can find out more (and where to buy) at this link.
And if you’ve had a chance to read it, PLEASE leave a review of the book online (Amazon,Goodreads, etc.). Every review makes a HUGE difference.
“Son of Hitler will make you speechless in the best way possible.” – Geek.com
Anthony will be writing his first Marvel Comics series!
Just announced at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, Anthony will be scripting LUKE CAGE: EVERYMAN!
The six-issue series, with art by fellow Canadian Jahnoy Lindsay and coloring by (another Canadian) Ian Herring, finds Luke tracking down a serial killer in the midst of a Harlem summer heat wave, all while he’s dealing with a medical diagnosis that may prove to kill him first.
And in Kill Shakespeare news, our LIVE STAGE READING stage show will make its London debut at Shakespeare’s Globe Theater this week!
If you’re in London this week, you have the opportunity to see our stage show at the prestigious Shakespeare’s Globe. Part of a weekend festival, Kill Shakespeare will be at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse on Friday night (the 27th) at 7pm.
We’re honored to have the Globe put on our production – it’s our first performance in the U.K. and at one of the top theaters in the world to boot!
We can’t make it out ourselves so if you attend please let us know what it’s like!