Gallery Provocateur and Heavy Metal Magazine have teamed up once more to bring you the exclusive pre-release of Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse feauring the creative team: Kevin Eastman, Simon Bisley and Michael Mendheim.
The creators of Heavy Metal’s Four Horsmen graphic novel announced today that the official launch party for Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Book 3: End of Days will be taking place October 27th, 2012 at Gallery Provocateur in Chicago IL. This event will be a pre-release for the book which hits stores October 31, 2012. From 8pm till midnight there will be drinks, costume contests and raffles to help celebrate the final installment in the epic graphic novel line from Heavy Metal Publishing. Michael Mendheim (Mutant League Football) is the member of the creative team behind Four Horsemen that will be attending the event in person for autographs. The other artists involved with the project are none other then Kevin Eastman ( Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and Simon Bisley (Dredd, Slaine, Lobo). All three books and original art from the series will be on hand for purchase. Gallery Provocateur is located in the historic landmark building, The Congress Theater at 2125 N. Rockwell Street, Chicago IL 60647. Creative attire is encouraged. Want to see more about the exhibit? Visit http://www.galleryprovocateur.org/upcomingexhibition.html.
Michael Mendheim, Creator and Co Writer of Four Horsemen explained, “I am a Chicago local and Heavy Metal has worked with Gallery Provocateur for years. If you are looking for a Halloween party you will never forget you have to come. We have local friends SugarGamers.com helping promote the event and the cadre of dark artists exhibiting with us is top notch.”
Accomplished artists whose work will also be on exhibit include: Simon Bisley, Chad Savage,John Santerineross, Christopher Shy and many more. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse art will be part of the Celebration of Dark Artists exhibit at Gallery Provocateur that starts with the launch party and ends January 3rd. No RSVP is necessary to attend the exhibit.