Go on an adventure through the space-time continuum and fight some werewolves in Mad Cave Studios' new series "Wolvenheart"
So this series Wolvernheart has werewolves, interdimensional travel, and it’s in a steampunky Victorian setting? Sign. Me. Up.
Yes, join protagonist Sterling Cross on a journey throughout time and history as he winds up in an alternate dimension and finds himself needing to use the skills taught to him by one Professor Van Helsing.
Yes, I’m sure there’s some relation.
It’s one of those crazy high concepts that totally grabs our attention, especially when the preview pages include a mad scientist and a werewolf. Check it out below.
Per Mad Cave:
Time Travel Meets Horror in Mad Cave’s Victorian Thriller, Wolvenheart
Mad Cave Studios is proud to announce the all-new series Wolvenheart. Written by Mark London (Battlecats, Knights of the Golden Sun) and illustrated by Alejandro Giraldo (Midnight Task Force). Letterer Miguel Zapata (Show’s End, Honor and Curse) rounds out the creative team.
Follow Sterling Cross, the most prolific time traveling, monster slayer in Wolvenheart. Led by the legendary Professor Van Helsing, Wolvenheart is an organization dedicated to monitoring anomalies in the space-time continuum. After the group is infiltrated and decimated by a cabal of history's most infamous villains, led by the most notorious serial killer of the 16th century, Elizabeth Bathory; Sterling winds up trapped in an alternate reality where his only choice is to fight his way through time and change the course of history. For fans of Dr. Who, Castlevania, and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
"All of the stories I’ve created and written for Mad Cave are dear to my heart, but Wolvenheart holds its own special place because of my love for the classic movie monsters and, of course, time travel. I also really enjoyed the research necessary for period pieces like this requires. Each page Alejandro turns in, puts a huge smile on my face and I can’t wait to share this story with the world." -Mark London
"Wolvenheart is the perfect vehicle for me to reflect on some major influences in my art; like Castlevania and Bloodborne. This book required me to do something different with my style, but the process was very rewarding." -Alejandro Giraldo
More details as we hear them here at Comics Now.