Godkiller returns! We’re super excited to announce Tomorrow’s Ashes is now available in the Halo-8 store.
Posted on January 17, 2012
Posted on October 4, 2011
Sounds like a strange question if you’ve only seen Godkiller on Netflix Streaming or Hulu, but owners of the DVD know there’s also an e-book/audiobook serialized on the DVDs called Godkiller: Silent War that takes place just slightly in the …
Posted on September 24, 2011
Godkiller takes place in the future, but we’re still catching up with 2006 – we’ve finally gotten our acts together enough to make a Godkiller Facebook page (just in time for us to need a Google+ page). To celebrate this joyous occasion, we’re debuting the cover art for issue 1 of GODKILLER: TOMORROW’S ASHES.
Posted on July 15, 2011
Yes, it’s true… due to popular demand we are not just godkillers but also treekillers haha The 230 page Godkiller: Walk Among Us collected graphic novel will be available for the first time at San Diego Comic Con.
Posted on May 25, 2011
We figured we’d set things off with this new site by offering a sneak peek at some of the art from our current production Godkiller 2: Tomorrow’s Ashes. Who will return? Who will survive? Will Tommy get the mutated spider eggs out of his bloodstream before they hatch and devour him from the inside out? All will be revealed soon…
Posted on May 25, 2011
Godkiller lovers are just the kind of hateful bastards we love–so it was time we made a place for all of you to yell at us.
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Welcome to our nightmare
Thanks for visiting Godkiller. This is a pretty sick world we've built here, and we appreciate you joining us. Here you'll be able to watch our films & episodes, read the comics, discuss the stories and filmmaking styles with us and other viewers, get news and see sneak peeks of what's coming next, and buy stuff too if you really wanna support. Godkiller's not for everybody, so if you've come here of your own free will then we'll probably get along just fine.
One of the more frustrating aspects of making polarizing art is the way internet rating websites work.
IMDb, for example, has a rating system of 1-10 stars where you can vote on the quality of a film. That's fine for most films, but if something is particularly confrontational and divisive, it will get mostly 1s and 10s--as people either love it or hate it. Well, that translates to a rating of 5 out of 10... which, to most people, does *not* mean it's polarizing with extreme opinions on both sides--instead it means mediocrity. Well jeez, love it or hate it but please don't let Godkiller be called mediocre!
If you want us to keep making Godkiller and telling the story as crazy and twisted as it must be told, then please make your voice heard by voting, commenting, & discussing on some of these power-user sites. You'd be surprised how much influence these ratings have over the people we'd love to work with on making Godkiller better and better with each piece.
Thanks for the support.