Interview with the Vampire: THE NIGHT PROJECTIONIST Artist Diego Yapur
A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle rookie card is worth between $4,000 to over $10,000 depending on its condition and is one of the three most sought after treasures among sports card collectors.
If Argentinean Artist Diego Yapur were a baseball player, his rookie card would be THE NIGHT PROJECTIONIST which is due out this May and is available now in Diamond March Previews (Diamond Code: MAR121187). Covering two different time periods, a new breed of vampires, and more gallons of blood than you can soak up with jumbo roll of BOUNTY, the epic tale by publisher Studio 407 was a challenging “first at bat” (no pun intended on the “bat”).
Diego was more than up to the challenge. In fact, his inked artwork was so impressive that Myriad Pictures (which was sharing space in the same building as Studio 407 at the time) optioned the piece for film based on the stunning galleys.
We recently caught up with Diego who, despite having to answer our questions in English (his second language), was once again up to the challenge. Feast your eyes on this interview and some eye-popping artwork by Mr. Yapur. But do it at night, because once the sun rises … vampires will burn!
To see the complete Interview visit: http://investcomics.com/features/interview-with-the-vampire-the-night-projectionist-artist-diego-yapur
THE MISADVENTURES OF ADAM WEST #7 - JUNE 2012
Writers: Jeffrey Renaud
Pencils: Luis Riveria
Cover Artist(s): COVER : Diego Yapur
Fueled by more questions than answers, ADAM WEST spends each passing moment attempting to solve the greatest mystery of all time: How did he come to possess a powerful amulet that carries him through space and time? But when a more immediate murder case calls for the world’s greatest detective, TV’s original caped crusader gets his game afoot.