Burbank, CA. (2008) -- Continuing their battle against all things undead, Officer Frank Hadely and his paranormal clean-up crew, the P.M.A.C. (Post Mortem Animation Control), return for issue number three of the series that has been hailed as "clever" and "a friggin hoot" by fan tracker, CHUD.com. In keeping with the creative trend set by the first two issues, this time around, creators Matt Rose and Chad Waters (Predator, Batman Returns, Hellboy) have teamed up with artist Joe Suitor (piratesvscowboys.com), along with returning cover artist Mike Huddleston (The Coffin, Deep Sleeper, Man-Bat) to bring the story to "life."
One of the factors that makes this comic book series such a fan favorite is what Red Maverick publisher, Joe Venegas, calls the "exploratory creative process that readers are experiencing first hand." With each stage of the process being approved by creators Rose and Waters, he believes the concept continues to evolve and take on a life of its own. Peppering the individual issues with additional original artwork and real articles and news accounts from the official newspaper of the PMAC, the Burke County Bee, it’s a daring approach with a wide range of multi-media influences.
ABOUT GRIMM GROTTO GOODS: Creative partners at Rick Baker's Cinovation Studios, Matt Rose and Chad Waters worked together on such memorable characters as: the mummified remains of Mother Bates in Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho, the guilty space alien, Mikey, in Men In Black, the loveable giant gorilla, Joe, in Mighty Joe Young and the big red title character in Hellboy. Their need to produce their own work led to the creation of the memorable characters and unforgettable stories behind the P.M.A.C. Putting their years of combined experience to work through the formation of Grimm Grotto Goods, not only did the duo create the make-up, effects, props and costumes for this pilot episode, they also wrote, produced and directed the project.
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