Blake Northcott and her #1 international bestselling 'Arena Mode' series have been mentioned in Deadline, Rolling Stone, Forbes, Variety, SyFy Wire, CBR, The Hollywood Reporter, Publisher's Weekly, and several other prominent entertainment news outlets.
Heavy Metal Announces Plans For Live Action And Animated Media
The company’s media production arm, Heavy Metal Studios, debuted a sizzle reel of live action footage teasing the debut of characters including Taarna, Cold Dead War, Dark Wing, Arena Mode, Adrienne Jones, Rise and Savage Circus, based on corporate and creator-owned IP serialized in Heavy Metal magazine. Forbes.com
Iconic Sci-Fi Comic Brand Heavy Metal Moves Into TV With Adaptation ‘Arena Mode’ - Deadline
Evanescence announces a new graphic novel series, Echoes From the Void - Rolling Stone
Evanescence's Amy Lee Discusses Her Band's Comic, Echoes from the Void, and writer Blake Northcott - Comic Book Resources
Golden Apple Launches Virtual Reality Space for WonderCon Panels, Mixers - THR
Junkie XL, Named Heavy Metal Entertainment’s First-Ever Music Czar - Variety
Heavy Metal is making its first moves into television with an adaptation of Blake Northcott’s trilogy of novels Arena Mode Saga - yahoo!
Kevin Makely is set to star in The Omega Artifact, a film based on the spy thriller novel of the same name by Blake Northcott - Deadline
Evanescence Announce 'Echoes From the Void' Graphic Anthology Series - Revolver
Heavy Metal To Adapt Arena Mode Saga For TV - ComicBook.com
DC's Catwoman introducing new villain: "an Instagram queenpin gone mad" - Newsarama/Gamesradar+
Catwoman #23 Is DC's Latest eBay Hit for a Potentially Major First Appearance - CBR.com
DC Comics Revives Catwoman’s Costume From ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ - Heroic Hollywood
Wonderwerk, Heavy Metal's First Foray Into Podcasts is an Immersive Hunter's Tale - SyFy Wire
Exclusive Preview: Catwoman #23 Reveals a Modern Classic Twist on Selina Kyle - CBR.com
DC Just Brought Back A Villain Who Uses Drugs As a Weapon (Literally) - Screenrant
Catwoman's Next Villain Is The Literal God Of Death - Screenrant
Catwoman #23 Review (5/5 stars) - Chacebook
An interview with Blake Northcott - Ain't It Cool News
Catwoman #24 Review (Writing: 9/10) - ComicsWatch
"Horror has a compelling, new protagonist in Calista Scott, and a powerful, new voice in author Blake Northcott. Read this book...but do it with the lights on."
- Bryan Edward Hill (DC Detective Comics, TV's 'Titans')