Realm Of The Damned is becoming an animated comic!

The graphic novel Realm Of The Damned is being made into an animated motion comic, and some names you’ll recognise have gotten involved as voice actors: David Vincent (MORBID ANGEL), Dani Filth (CRADLE OF FILTH), Jill Janus (HUNTRESS), and many more are lending their dark and disturbed tones.

The animation is directed by Tom Paton, famous for his Sci-Fi debut post apocalyptic vision that was Pandorica.

Suitable for all depraved souls, especially those are also fans of anime, horror, vampires or metal.

Watch the trailer below:

The story:

“There’s no one left to protect us from what lurks in the dark. No one is coming to save us.

The monsters have won.

Our world now belongs to them.

The Vatican’s last line of paranormal defence – The Congregation – has finally been
overrun by the supernatural forces of darkness. Our heroes are all dead; only the
damned remain. Among them is Alberic Van Helsing – addict, murderer, survivor –
and the creatures that were once his prey now hunt him across America. But when
an apocalyptic evil is resurrected in the forests of Norway, it falls to Van Helsing to
become the hunter once again if mankind and monster alike are to see the dawn.

Van Helsing’s quest for salvation and survival takes him through the ruins of a neogothic
Europe, where he must face the vampire queen of the Vatican, a man-made
monster with the heart of a storm, the lycanthropic lord of the forest, the mummified
ruler of the slums of Cairo, and the crazed vampire demi-god who threatens to
devour them all.

This is Realm of the Damned: Tenebris Deos, an animated motion comic of pure
Black Metal horror that unleashes the classic gothic monsters on a modern rampage
of redemption and damnation. Raw, fast-paced and bristling with atmosphere, this is a
bloody and blasphemous epic that leaves no church unburned.”

For more information or to purchase the graphic novel, go to Realm of the Damned‘s official website.

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