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Halloween 2014While my annual 31 Days of Halloween feature returns this year on the “normal” side of THE ROCK FATHER site, I’m doing something a little bit different here in the “grownups” section – shining a spotlight on my undying epic from a past life. In 2004, I quit my job to chase some creative pursuits, one of which became the (somewhat infamous) transmedia crime/horror property known as DEATH WALKS THE STREETS (DWTS). While most of the public didn’t learn of the project until around February of 2005, it was in 2004 that it was written, and on December 30, officially set into the world as the first incarnation of the official DWTS website went live. The tagline was simple: VAMPIRES. DEMONS. ZOMBIES. WEREWOLVES. THE MOB. Over the next month, I will be sharing with all of you a look at what was, what could’ve been, and what may still be from a project that was supposed to be a movie… then a trilogy of films… followed by an enthusiastic group of loyal supporters who watched it crash and burn, then spawned comic books and repeated emergence from the shadows.


About “31 Days of Death Walks the Streets”:

DEATH WALKS THE STREETS (DWTS) is a genre-bending transmedia entertainment property created by James Zahn in 2004… long before becoming “The Rock Father.” In celebration of it’s 10th Anniversary and the Halloween Season, 31 DAYS OF DEATH WALKS THE STREETS is a spin-off of the annual “31 Days of Halloween” feature, presenting an inside look at some materials from the comic book series and the intended DWTS film series.

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