Hart D. Fisher Celebrates 30 Years of Boneyard Press
He’s been called the most dangerous man in comics and now Hart D. Fisher, the owner/operator of the linear streaming horror culture TV channel, American Horrors is bringing back Bill the Bull in an omnibus edition to celebrate 30 years of Boneyard Press.
Mr. Fisher is a legendary horror creator whose work has been featured on CNN’s Murder By Numbers, Entertainment Tonight, The Jerry Springer Show, A&E’s Biography, NatGeo’s break out hit The 90s: The Last Great Decade, and in magazines such as Time, People, The Comics Journal, the non-fiction best seller The A-Z Guide to Serial Killers, and most recently in John Borowski’s seminal documentary Serial Killer Culture and American Scary.
When dealing with your average book-burning nazi, always remain calm and reasonable. Keep a cool head, slowly explain that the product is not being sold to children. The huffing and puffing is a reaction, not a thought.– Hart D. Fisher / Comic Book Business December 1994
Mr. Fisher is the author of Poems for the Dead, Still Dead, An American Horror Story, editor & publisher of Sex Crimes, plus writer/director of the feature film, The Garbage Man. He is also the creator of the American Horrors television series, which can be streamed on Roku; the True Crimes television series, among other television series.
Hart is also the co-creator of the television series Groovey.TV with Guinness Book of Records winner, Groovey Newville, and most for the creation of the infamous Jeffrey Dahmer comic book biography published by his notorious publishing house, Boneyard Press, with his original series of books Dark Angel, Bill the Bull, Flowers on the Razorwire, the Dahmer Comics and Babylon Crush.
The Dahmer comics ignited mainstream media into a firestorm of controversy, a lawsuit by Dahmer’s victims, and a comic book distributor literally setting his books on fire.
Bill the Bull Omnibus
Bill the Bull is Chicago’s favorite vampire slayin’, Wendy’s eatin’, crime solvin’ half-man, half-bull thug for hire, and he is making a comeback!
The Omnibus includes art by Duncan Rouleau (The Nightmarist), John Cassaday (Astonishing X-Men, Captain America), George Perez (Wonder Woman, New Teen Titans), Frank Forte (Warlash, Vampire Verses, Asylum Press), John Lucas (Dark Horse, Image), John Hebert (Marvel artist), Rick Veitch (Brat Pack, Maximortal), Kyle Hotz (Marvel, DC, Dark Horse), and more!
Hart D. Fisher is back to comics in a bullish way. Celebrating 30 years of Boneyard press, the launch of the Bill the Bull Omnibus made sense because it is the IP that launched it all.
“If comics have a pantheon of saints with Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Alan Moore, Denny O’Neill, and the like on one end, then Hart Fisher is the Devil.”-The No Fly Zone/Mania.com
More About American Horrors
American Horrors Film Festival is accepting submissions until September 20, 2021, for their 5th year at Emagine Theatres in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin on Halloween weekend, October 29th-31st. There is still an opportunity to get your feature film or short film submitted.
American Horrors is a cutting edge 24/7 uncensored horror channel that plays the finest in original bleeding-edge short films, bloody cult feature films, in-house generated content, and music videos from artists such as Danzig, Slayer, Obituary, and Warbeast.
Watch for free on ROKU.