Tommy Castillo to create comic adaptation of 100 Days of Death

Feb 26, 2013, 12:59 ET from Lexicon Public Relations

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Famed artist, Tommy Castillo (Batman, King Kong) has announced he will create the comic adaptation of the zombie novel, 100 Days of Death!

Castillo, a twenty-four-year veteran artist who has worked with DC Comics, Paramount Pictures, Warhammer, Rolling Stone Magazine and has put paint and pencil to such titles as Batman Detective; Legends of the Dark Knight, Toe Tags, Alice in Wonderland, King Kong and The Darkside of Oz, will be partnering with 100 Days of Death writer Ray Ellingsen and Moving Pictures Media Group for this new project.

Fans of Ellingsen's novel series 100 Days of Death are now also invited to get more involved with the comic adaptation via, where Ellingsen and Castillo are offering fans a chance to be drawn into the comic, as well as have their own story arc.

Commenting on his excitement for the upcoming comic adaptation, Castillo says, "This is a badass tale of your darkest fears, compounded with a few million creatures of the undead who want you for dinner!"


100 Days of Death follows a man and his dog on a journey as an apocalyptic virus sweeps across the planet, destroying humanity in a few short months. Though he has lived most of his life as a loner, the narrator of the story suddenly finds himself the head of a misfit surrogate family, and amidst the chaos, he finds a connection and a bond with others he'd never known before The Fall. Our hero and his companions witness, all too close, humanity's needs and twisted desires as the world tumbles deeper into darkness. To top it off, The Dead have risen to consume what is left of mankind. Some days are worse than others.

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SOURCE Lexicon Public Relations