Vampires Versus Comicon Released

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Finally Here: Vampires Versus Comicon

 [Cover of Vampires Versus Comicon: A Comicon Novel by T.F. Torrey] I’m thrilled to announce that Vampires Versus Comicon is available to read and enjoy.

Vampires Versus Comicon tells the story of Vance Campbell returning to Comicon the year after the zombie outbreak for an awards luncheon. At first, things go well, with happy reunions with Allison and some others. Things take a dark turn, however, when people start dropping. And heat stroke doesn’t put bite marks on people’s necks. Before long, Vance and Allison are careening around Comicon, trying to find the source of the trouble before it’s too late. Along the way, they have to endure an insulting theatrical rendition of their Zombies Versus Comicon adventure, hordes of insulting staff, Red-State medical care, the regular crushing mobs of Comicon attendees, and a growing legion of vampires. Whew!

It’s taken much longer to create this book than I hoped for, but two things about that make me happy: First, the structure and style of the series has been created, so future books will be quicker to create (hopefully). And second, it turned out really good.

If you’ve liked any of my work in the past, I highly recommend that you get Vampires Versus Comicon. It’s a lot of fun.

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On Sale

To celebrate the release of Vampires Versus Comicon, Zombies Versus Comicon is FREE this weekend. Get both Comicon books for five bucks!

Q and A

Q. Do I have to read Zombies Versus Comicon before I read Vampires Versus Comicon?

A. No, but it would be a good start. For one thing, Zombies is free right now, so you should get it and read it. For another thing, reading the Vampires book first will spoil certain elements of the plot of Zombies, such as who’s alive at the end.

Q. Is this at Phoenix Comicon again?

A. Kind of. Square Egg Entertainment, the company that puts on the event, changed the name of the event to Phoenix Comic Fest this year, to avoid conflicts with a litigious party. In my books, however, the event is still called Phoenix Comicon, because that’s what the name should be. Remember: my books were never supposed to represent the real Phoenix Comicon, anyway.

Q. How long will it be until the next Comicon story comes out?

A. I don’t know. Theoretically, I have my ducks in a row now, so I’ll be able to crank out my important projects, and I can’t wait to get to the next Comicon book. I don’t have a firm date, but if it isn’t by the 2019 event, I will feel I have failed.

Q. What do I do if I like it?

A. As always, a personal note to me would be nice. You should also write a nice review at Amazon, and where you bought it if you bought it somewhere else. Also, tell all your friends.

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