New Nightmare Warriors Artwork And Synopsis


Here are the full retailer synopsis/solicitations for Freddy Vs Jason Vs Ash: The Nightmare Warriors #1 & #2. Above is #2 cover art by Shane Davis – click for high-res!

Written by Jeff Katz and James Kuhoric
Art by Jason Craig
Covers by Arthur Suydam (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Beneath the bloody waters of Crystal Lake, an immortal evil wakes and begins anew the cycle of grueling violence. Six months after the events of FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH, a power-hungry government bureaucrat unleashes the denizens of the Necronomicon – including the banished spirit of the Springwood Slasher, Freddy Krueger. But Ash Williams has checked his monster-hunting past at the door. A Chosen One no more, he thinks that a life of domestic bliss and retail tending is his true calling – until the ghosts of the past show up to punch his clock again.

The original creative team behind WildStorm and Dynamite Entertainment’s FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH proudly presents the bloody sequel to the sold-out smash horror crossover event! Featuring a triptych cover by

Arthur Suydam (Marvel Zombies) to match the triptych cover from the original miniseries. Co-published with Dynamite Entertainment.
Retailers please note: This issue will ship with three covers by Arthur Suydam that can be ordered separately. Please see the Previews Order Form for more information.

On sale June 24 • 1 of 6 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • MATURE READERS

Written by Jeff Katz and James Kuhoric
Art and variant cover by Jason Craig
Cover by Shane Davis

Something strange is happening in the halls of Project Black Book. The covert government group is unleashing creatures of mass destruction in their bid to gain control over the Necronomicon. And as the survivors of Freddy and Jason’s murder sprees congregate, the short-lived reunion is shattered by the violent arrival of Jason Voorhees. But when a mysterious stranger arrives to aid in the battle, Jason must confront the one man who has not only survived his murderous rampages but has also “killed him” in the past. Fan favorite Tommy Jarvis returns to finish what he started and see Jason Voorhees buried a final time!

Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers. For every 10 copies of the Standard Edition (with a cover by Shane Davis), retailers may order one copy of the Variant Edition (with a cover by Jason Craig). Please see the Previews Order Form for more information.

On sale July 22 • 2 of 6 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US MATURE READERS

Source: Comic Book Resources

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11 Responses to “ New Nightmare Warriors Artwork And Synopsis ”


  2. jason looks like hes striking a pose for vogue magazine. lame.

  3. CANT WAIT!!!!!!!!

  4. Go suck ass SCARLET FRY, and UP…You folks only wish your asses could draw like that. Lame-ohs. U suck balls.

  5. Ok, why does Jason have hands and a mask in this? He lost those in the fist FvJvA. And his machete looks like a slab of stone.:S I’ll be waiting for the trade of this but I’d really like to see some continuity which doesn’t look like it’s going to happen.


  7. YOURS!

  8. Spreading the word….Someone is impersonating some of us. After some research and lots of waiting…we have realized that it is “T”…The original “T” now will go by the name of ‘The real T” so any posts from “T” as of now will be an imposter. He is a loser who has nothing better to do with his time. Just wanted to give you all a heads up. Like the post above…it isn’t me
    He has imperonated EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now he is making it seem like he is the victim. So beware of this little loser troll.

  9. Well, Zombie Dude, the hand he lost isn’t shown, you don’t see that full arm because its cut off on the page. And theres always some plot device for him to get a new mask , like in Part 8 when the stupid teen had it to scare his girlfriend. Notice, this one looks brand new, with no claw marks or axe-wound or anything.

  10. Freddy vs Jason vs Ash would have been an awesome movie. Sam Raimis Evil Dead 4 better be damn good.

  11. The covers are done way in advance and so usually have nothing to do with the interiors or the book, the continuity is there, the creative team is the same.
    Only piece of cover art that I did was for issue 2, and alt cover, the piece above I didnt do, its just one of the covers they hired out.

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