Continuing to offer the best in American comics to publishers all over the world, International Enterprise is proud to announce the latest additions to their diverse roster: Two volumes of the fantasy epic DEMONSLAYER and the spiritual-action of the TIN CAN MAN mini-series.
Originally published by Next Entertainment through Image Comics in 1999, both series offer breathtaking fantasy along with pulse-pounding action in a truly awesome style.
"I'm extremely happy to be working with International Enterprise to be able to showcase Demonslayer around the world," comments Demonslayer creator Marat Mychaels. "I believe it will appeal to comic book fans world wide and I cant wait to get their reaction to my creation. Very exciting."
"We're proud to have Next Entertainment's books signed on," International Rights Manager Tim Hegarty adds. "Demonslayer is a strong, fantasy epic and Tin Can Man's color artwork and page layouts are really something special. Both titles make perfect additions to the Enterprise family."
Two volumes of DEMONSLAYER tell the story of Jaclyn Hayes, an archeologist from Boston whose trek to Tibet ended in disaster. Saved from certain death by a group of enigmatic monks, Jaclyn was trained to the limit in both mind and body and sent out into the world once again -- as the Demonslayer. From Marat Mychaels and Jaime Mendoza, Volumes One and Two are both three-issue miniseries currently available for international publication through International Enterprise.
Three issues of TIN CAN MAN offer a tragic tale of child abuse, racism and spiritual transformation in brilliant full color. Police Detective Darkstar is obsessed with a serial killer that has driven him to drinking and the destruction of his marriage. A young child's worst fear and frustrations become a living nightmare in the form of the supernatural Tin Can Man! Written by Jim Thornton with art by Dietrich Smith (DC's The Next), Issues #1-3 are currently available for foreign licensing through International Enterprise in territories all over the world.