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“Feeding Ground” #3 Preview & Werewolf Pinups

If you’ve been reading Archaia Comics’ Feeding Ground series, stop what you’re doing and go pick up issue #3 from your local comics store, because it went on sale today. If you’re chained to a desk and you can’t leap into your car or a bus right this instant, soothe your urges with this eight-page preview (in English or Spanish!) which includes a healthy dose of werewolf transformation and bloody mayhem.

Feeding Ground artist and co-creator Michael Lapinski emailed me with some additional info. He describes the latest issue as one in which

…our myth kicks into gear and we learn much more about this particular interpretation of the werewolf.  You’ll notice that their physiology ranges from more canine to more primate with new candidates retaining their individual characteristics.

I’m really happy with how Michael designed these werewolves- the aesthetic is right up my alley. It’ll be interesting to see the range of physiologies through the next three issues. Michael was also kind enough to send some (exclusive!?) artwork: a page from issue #4, and two images that represent “the first of many werewolf pin-ups we’ll be including in the back of each issue.” The pin-ups are by artists Tom Forget and Juan Doe, respectively.

If you haven’t been reading Feeding Ground, what is wrong with you? Hie thee to one of these online comic stores and pick up issues 1 and 2.

Macabri Werewolf Photo Shoot

Through the magic of Facebook, I came across these great photos of Werewolf News reader / contributor / friend  Macabri. She was kind enough to let me post them here, and she had this to say about the shoot:

What I can tell you is that is was for a horror-themed group shoot that happened last year in San Diego. Each model was asked to dress up as some sort of monster, but since the coordinator already knew me, she asked me to be their werewolf. The makeup artist (Chrissy Lynn) is really good with blending sexy and scary and did the makeup from scratch that day with little to no planning. She always blows me away.

Great makeup, great photos, great concept! This looks like it was a lot of fun– I wonder if stuff like this happens in Vancouver? Thanks for sharing, Macabri!

Makeup & Hair
Chrissy Lynn
1,2 – Fournier Film
3 – Dale Porter
4,5,6 – Jayde Wofford