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Kolchak the Night Stalker, a news reporter who keeps running into inexplicable supernatural events, first appeared on television in the 1970s and is credited with inspiring Chris Carter to create The X-Files.
Honey West is a female private investigator created in the 1950s by Gloria and Forrest E. "Skip" Fickling as novels and turned into a 1960s TV series starring Anne Francis (of Forbidden Planet fame).
Ronn Sutton previously illustrated three issues of Moonstone's Honey West comic book with the storyline "Murder on Mars" by writer Elaine Lee.
This is the first time Moonstone has paired these two characters in a crossover adventure.
Fans of Kolchak and Honey West should visit their comic book stores to preorder, as the issue is being solicited now through Diamond comic book distributors in its Previews catalogue. Here are the details:
Kolchak & Honey West #1
Story: Janet L. Hetherington
Art: Ronn Sutton
Covers: Malcolm McClinton, Ronn Sutton, Hayden Davis
40 pgs, color, $3.99
Two top-tier investigators in one titanic team up!
High heels and Hedonism!
Young cub reporter Carl Kolchak falls into an ongoing investigation with Honey West, who is undercover at a gentlemen’s club! Disappearing women are the main course, as they both fight to just stay alive, as the violence escalates and the case gets out of control!
(Covers: McClinton = 60%, Davis= 25%, Sutton = 15%)
Point this out to your comic book shop owner:
***RETAILER INCENTIVE: for every 4 you buy, get one free!
Moonstone also announced a long-lost Kolchak novel being offered in January 2013.
Kolchak: Grave Secrets
Author: Mark Dawidziak
6” x 9”, 204 pgs, $14.00
Previews exclusive! Rare warehouse find…long since thought of as out of print!
The first post-TV show novel ever written about Kolchak... This was published by Cinemaker press at $9.95. This is a first printing: 1994. The novel: Kolchak is on the trail of whatever killed land baron Glen Gilmore. The answers are buried 2000 miles away and more than 150 years ago!
“Excellently done. I read it in one sitting.” – Richard Matheson
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