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BAD KIDS GO 2 HELL Graphic Novel and Feature Film Preview at Stan Lee’s Comikaze 2014


Stan Lee's Comikaze 2014 will be Ground Zero for the launch of the highly anticipated graphic novel sequel Bad Kids Go 2 Hell, the latest chapter in the cult dark comedy-horror franchise Bad Kids Go To Hell. Fans stopping by the BGK2H Booth #1710 at Comikaze will not only get to meet the Bad Kids Go 2 Hell creators Matthew Spradlin and Barry Wernick, but will also be able to see the first preview of the upcoming Bad Kids Go 2 Hell theatrical feature, coming out in 2015.


The continuation of the best-selling 2011 graphic novel and feature film, Bad Kids Go 2 Hell takes readers back to the blood-stained hallowed hallways of Crestview Academy. It's four years later and a new group of students has been placed inSaturday detention at snooty Crestview Academy. After one of the kids locks away the teacher assigned to watch them, the five of them very quickly find their ranks dwindling as each meets a gruesome fate.  They may make it out of the library, but with a new threat revealing itself around every hallway, is there enough time and resources for at least one of them to make it out alive?

The feature film, due out in 2015, was directed by BKGTH alum Ben Browder (“Farscape”), who in addition to making hisfeature directorial debut in BKG2H, also reprises his role of  Max, the groundskeeper with secrets of his own. BKG2H starsSammi Hanratty (WGN America’s Salem), Sean Astin (“The Strain,” the Lord of the Rings trilogy), Sean’s daughter Ali Astin(Lord of the Rings: Return of the King), Gina Gershon (Killer Joe, Showgirls, Bound), Drake Bell (Nickelodeon’s “Drake &Josh”), and Sufe Bradshaw (HBO’s “Veep”).

Fans stopping by the Bad Kids booth #1710 at Stan Lee’s Comikaze will experience:

·        Creators Matthew Spradlin and Barry Wernick will be signing copies of BKG2H graphic novel, and newly commissioned artwork and posters for BKG2H;

·        Check out the exclusive Comikaze trailer for the BKG2H Theatrical Film, due out in 2015, directed by Ben Browder and starring Sean Astin, Gina Gershon, Drake Bell, Sufe Bradshaw, and Sammi Hanratty;

·        Interact With The Movie While You Watch It!; Fans who text #BADCOMIC to 94949 will be registered to win cool BKG2H swag, as well as exclusive Bad Kids promotions and discounts!

WHEN: 
Friday, October 31st – Sunday, November 2nd
 
TIME:   
Friday: 1 pm – 7 pm; Saturday: 9am – 7pm; Sunday: 9am – 5pm
                  
WHERE:    
Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles

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