Revere Premieres Its Very Own Promo Trailer

26 juin 2008 Non Par Comic Box

[ENGLISH] Kearny, NJ — Jun 26, 2008 — REVERE: REVOLUTION IN SILVER gets its own pseudo-silver screen treatment as ASP releases an online promotional trailer to introduce new readers to the true story of Paul Revere, the Revolution and werewolves, as well as entertain current fans of the book. REVERE also returns later this year with REVERE: SALEM’S PLOT. Watch the trailer: The trailer is also posted at ASP’s myspace page:

“Even though we’re in the middle of a restructuring,” said Mark Smylie, publisher of ASP, “it certainly doesn’t mean we’re not busy promoting our stable of intelligent and genre-bending works as we work toward getting our publishing schedule back on track. REVERE is a title we are excited and honored to publish and we hope this trailer showcases some of the things we fell in love with and some of the things we look forward to seeing in the forthcoming SALEM’S PLOT. Watch and enjoy.”

Written by Ed Lavallee and illustrated by Grant Bond, REVERE: REVOLUTION IN SILVER (ISBN: 978-1-932386-59-2, $19.95, 128-page hardcover, Genre: horror, Mature Readers (Adult Content, Graphic Violence) tells of a supernatural killer who stalks the townspeople of Boston and of renowned silversmith and monster hunter Paul Revere who is called in to fight the evil. While tracking down clues to the killer’s identity, the first shots of the Revolution are fired, and Revere finds himself battling a war on two fronts in a struggle to save his beloved wife whose fate lies in the hands of the only werewolf he couldn’t bring himself to kill…

Yes, the British are coming. But the werewolves are worse.

REVERE: REVOLUTION IN SILVER collects the four-issue series originally published by Alias, with an expanded ending and epilogue.

Previous promotional trailers for ASP titles include THE KILLER and INANNA’S TEARS.

All ASP titles are available worldwide at finer comic book shops, bookstores,, the ASP Store at Indie Press Revolution (, and electronically at ARTESIA is now available at, with other ASP titles to follow.

Mark Smylie founded Archaia Studios Press (ASP) in 2002 as a new home for his epic fantasy comic book, Artesia (first published by Sirius Entertainment). Artesia, winner of ForeWord Magazine’s Best Graphic Novel of 2003, and its sequels — Artesia Afield and Artesia Afire — gave ASP its foundation. Artesia: Adventures in The Known World, a roleplaying game written by Mark, expanded ASP into the world of gaming; the game won the Origins Award for Role-Playing Game of 2005. Now Mark and publishing partner Aki Liao have expanded ASP to include a line of idiosyncratic and creator-driven comic books and graphic novels in the fantasy, science fiction, and horror genres, as well as translations of several of Europe’s best titles. More information can be found at