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There was a time when the DEATH WALKS THE STREETS (DWTS) comic books were available for free on a few major platforms prior to being reissued at digital cover price. Ten years into the DWTS journey, there's still new friends discovering the DWTS world for the very first time, and in the five years since the first comic was published, new readers have been enjoying and experiencing our stories on a weekly basis. For Halloween 2014, we're inviting YOU to experience DEATH WALKS THE STREETS through a FREE DOWNLOAD of DWTS #1 - the Halloween issue!

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If you haven't seen or heard what Anthony Vincent does with his TEN SECOND SONGS series on YouTube, you've got some viewing to do. After tackling LINKIN PARK and KATY PERRY, JASON DERULO and ARIANA GRANDE in videos that have become certified viral hits, Vincent has put his skill to work on MICHAEL JACKSON'S THRILLER - released this week, just in-time to make it into this year's 31 Days of Halloween here on THE ROCK FATHER. Performed in 20 different vocal and musical styles, Vincent shifts seamlessly from OINGO BOINGO to TYPE O NEGATIVE, CANNIBAL CORPSE to THE MISFITS, TOM WAITS to JACKSON himself and more. Check it out...

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13 years ago, DROWNING POOL released SINNER, their breakthrough album - the one from which "Bodies" came forth. The anthemic single has become their signature song, and one oft-used in other media from soundtracks and commercials (FRIDAY THE 13th sequel, JASON X) to events like WWE SummerSlam. To celebrate the (un)lucky 13th, the band will release a 2-Disc Anniversary Edition of the album on November 11, but for 31 Days of Halloween, "Bodies" makes an appearance here on THE ROCK FATHER in an all-new Zombie-themed lyric video. Crank it up!

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Oh, the oddities of the DEATH WALKS THE STREETS project...

Indeed, there were many, and in a lot of ways we were ahead of the curve in terms "transmedia" marketing and how different pieces would fit into the bigger puzzle. At one point, at least a half-dozen characters from the DWTS world had dedicated MySpace pages where they were blogging regularly (stories penned by me) with tales that would directly plug into the larger DWTS storyline with seamless continuity. By the time the comics came along, we took things to the next level, calling into action the actress that was set to be our live-action Danielle in the planned films - our Australian friend, Efisia Fele. Her screen test for the first DWTS film was KILLER (I hope I still have a copy somewhere), but what we did for the comics were video blogs that led directly into each issue. Take a look...

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31 Days of DEATH WALKS THE STREETS - Day 16: Back in August, as I sat in the back of a theatre watching TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (review here), a little bit of familiarity hit me from a weird place - some artifacts in the office of the man who would become THE SHREDDER. One mural depicting an ancient army really grabbed me as being akin to the work of Gregory Hill (told ya he multi-tasked), and for good reason: turns out, Greg worked on TMNT. And the art of the Far East? Yes, that played heavily into the development of DWTS, right down to a depiction of our Abaddon (more on him here) emerging in books from the distant past...

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31 Days of DEATH WALKS THE STREETS - Day 15: The intention with the DWTS prequel comic book series was to have a seamless transition between the fourth book of the series (numbered as #3, since we started on a zero issue marked #0) and the start of the first film. Timing and continuity were a concern, right down to the hair of Michael Labou growing throughout. When we first meet him in the comics, he's fairly clean-cut - but by book four, his hair is getting longer and his inner rocker is starting to emerge. While the fourth book was not completed, the cover art was. Here it is...

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