Alterna Comics to Publish Bryan Baugh’s Horror Series “Wulf and Batsy”
On Wednesday, Alterna Comics founder Peter Simeti announced that Bryan Baugh’s Wulf and Batsy series will indeed be published by Alterna.
Intended for mature audiences, Wulf and Batsy has been available digitally for quite some time, with print-on-demand editions available through IndyPlanet. The move to Alterna will almost certainly mean more exposure for the books, which so far have been released as multiple miniseries for a total of twenty separate issues.
At the moment, the plan is for Alterna to print “remastered” editions of the existing books with new cover art, but there’s always a door open to new Wulf and Batsy stories if things go well.
Ready for me to shut up so you can find out what Wulf and Batsy is about? Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Wulf and Batsy Comixology page:
The adventures of a big bad Werewolf named Wulf and a feisty little Vampiress named Batsy, as they wander the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people, and get run out of town.
It’s not easy to be a monster.
Congratulations to Baugh on sealing the deal with Alterna. After all, the word on the street is that Pete Simeti a real shark at the negotiating table. Whaddaya mean there aren’t any sharks on the street? (This is the opening I left myself to tell a Street Sharks joke, but instead I think I’ll use this space to remind everyone that Biker Mice from Mars was a real thing)