Doctor Heinrich Von Bach was the nineteenth-century scientist resurrected from the dead by his own ungodly invention. At least that's the story Hollywood told when they got hold of the gothic romance novel written about the good doctor. For a hundred years they've made as many films based on the bloody life and undeath of Von Bach.
Today, a major studio is finishing a big budget Von Bach movie. But suddenly, the real Von Bach returns to life in Hollywood, and he is going to teach the cast and crew the true meaning of "development hell."
Writer: Owen Hammer
Art: Mariano Navarro
Color: Hernán Cabrera
177 pages in full color featuring the complete graphic novel, bonus features and a new introduction by Kevin VanHook.
HERE'S WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
"[A]n enjoyable time and art structure that wastes nothing . . ."
-Jake "Fracadactyl" Palermo, Gutternaut
"I liked Von Bach and I would recommend it."
-Beatrice Bove, A Place To Hang Your Cape
"[A]nother shining example of what comics can aspire to be with the right talent."
-Gary Yap, 55 and King of the Hill
"[H]orror, romance, Hollywood satire, modernist analysis of textual re-interpretation, and to a certain extent legal thriller . . . [a]nd it's very funny, too . . ."
-Chris Kipiniak, Nightcrawler, Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man and Behemoth
"[G]orgeous, engrossing, unpredictable and insightful take on the behind-the-scenes world of show biz . . . if 'Weird Al' Yankovic and Alan Moore had their brains fused together[.]"
-Johanna Stein, Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny, Madagascar, A Little Wild
"It has Hammer's hilarious but brutal worldview, and is also a smart and well-told story."