Believe it or not, he has a comic book company
The “Greatest American Hero” is bringing his superheroic expertise to comics.
William Katt, TV’s “Greatest American Hero,” has launched a new independent comic book company called “Catastrophic Comics.”
The first title from the company, “Sparks,” was released this week. “Sparks” is a six-issue mini-series, 32 pages in full color and sells for a suggested retail price of $2.99. The artist is JM Ringuet, the artist of “Transhuman.”
Sparks was co-created by William Katt and Christopher Folino, the writer/director of the cult comedy film “Gamers.”
“Sparks” is set in 1948, as masked vigilante Ian Sparks finding himself in a noir story of self-discovery and redemption.
“My goal for Catastrophic Comics is to tell original stories, with amazing art work, that don’t suck. And I can’t imagine a better book to launch our company with than Sparks. JM and Chris have done a superb job with this gritty book,” said Katt in a release.
For more information about Catastrophic Comics, visit www.catastrophiccomics.com.
– Matt Price
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