BOSTON, Oct. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Choate-Simmons, book publisher, announced today that the Raptor Cop character from its e-comic book, "Raptor Cop", has been selected by iTunes® to be a featured text message sticker in the iMessage® App Store(SM). iPhone® users can download the stickers for free and use them in their text messages. The Raptor Cop character is an animated version of the original.
Just in time for Halloween, Raptor Cop has a spine-chilling look which has drawn fans from the U.S. and more than 40 foreign countries. With long, sickle-shaped claws and pointed teeth, he projects a macabre presence in the dusky moonlight. Ghosts and goblins cannot match his terrifying effect.
The Raptor Cop character is a police officer who accidently becomes transformed into a pre-historic raptor. He has all the powers of the fabled hunter, but not without a few drawbacks. The unpredictable transformations disrupt his police duties as well as his off-duty life. He experiences the pitfalls and dangers of a disjointed life in an unforgiving world.
"He is drawing interest from many media sectors," according to Steve DeMarco, Marketing Manager. "There is a game app in the final stages of production. We plan on expanding the franchise to other products."
With 40 animated text messages, the sticker pack at iTunes enables the iPhone user to convey numerous emotions in text messages. There are no subtle messages with these stickers. You can expect to put a bite in your text messages with Raptor Cop.
Raptor Cop text message stickers can be downloaded for free in iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/raptor-cop-stickers-by-beardownize/id1155912624?mt=8
Choate-Simmons is a fast-growing ebook publisher with plans for additional ebook releases in 2017.
Contact: Steve DeMarco, Marketing Manager, 781-233-5274
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