The fine folks over at Bloody Disgusting got a bit of exclusive news that we wanted to pass on to you.  It seems Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley will be taking some time off from Cassie Hack, serial killer slayer, to party down with some violent werewolves in the comic Wild Game.  The basic premise will focus on a decimated werewolf population that, once a year, collects a bunch of miscreants and losers and hunts them for shits and giggles.  Sounds good to me.

As with all things Hollywood, Seamus Kevin Fahey, a Battlestar Galactica scribe, is working on a feature film adaptation of the story.  Seeley caught my eye with Hack/Slash and the comic is a good time with plenty of blood, boobs, and winks to the horror audience.  I’m certain good things can come from an awesome and violent werewolf movie.  You can bounce over via the links above to see some sample art.  It’s also worth noting that some day, Hack/Slash is supposed to be a movie as well.

Excited for this werewolf project or have too many terrible lycanthrope films turned you off of them?

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