It's the week ofComic-ConInternational in San Diego continues and Comics2Film is here withanother tip for producers who will be heading down to the show lookingfor the next coolness.
Today Comics2Film's own RobWorley talks to himself about "TigerFist".
Q: Describe "TigerFist"in two sentences or less.
A darkness has fallen over the city of Los Perdidos, where children live onthe streets and grow up without family. Conner Mack found a family in histight-knit crew, The Misfits, but when he discovers his secret link to thelegendary hero known as TigerFist, everything he loves is placed injeopardy, leaving him with one choice...Stand up to the darkness!
Q: If you were to compare"TigerFist" to a movie or TV show what would it be?
It's sort of "The Warriors"crossed with "Blade", done for the Junior set with some cool kung fu.
Q: Why do you think"TigerFist" would translate to film/TV/animation?
"TigerFist" is very urbanand contemporary and it has a little bit of an edge to it. But for all thekung fu, mysticism and fantastic creatures, the overarching theme is one ofleading through inspiration. It's fun and compelling at the same time.
Q: Why should movie folksseek you out at Comic-Con?
We'll be showing offKen Lashley's stunning promo poster for "TigerFist", which should give thema better picture of how cool this book is going to be. And it's the first ofseveral things I have in the works with Komikwerks.
Q: How can folks find youat Comic-Con?
Come to the Komikwerksbooth, #5439-5440 across from Diamond Comics Distributors. The Komikwerks guyswill be able to summon me with the incantation of TigerFist. Or contact meat email@example.com."TigerFist" is represented by Circle of Confusion.
Are you a comics creatorattending Comic-Con with a conceptHollywood types should check out? E-mail your responses to the questionsabove, along with your booth number, firstname.lastname@example.org we'll send them over.