Mad Cave’s annual search for new comic creators begins!
For the third year in a row, Mad Cave Studios is looking to discover and publish new talent in the comics industry! This year is a little different as three artists and three writers will be chosen to take part in Mad Cave’s first-ever horror anthology.
Since 2018, Mad Cave Studios has continued the trend of bringing fresh voices to comics with exciting titles like Show’s End, Savage Bastards, Over the Ropes, and many more…
Where Do I Sign Up?
The Mad Cave Studios talent search has some guidelines you need to follow in order for the editorial team to review your submission. Below is a brief overview of the contest details, as well as a link to the talent search landing page where you can find all of the submission details.
Mad Cave Comics Talent Search 2020 Overview
- Contest runs from June 1st, 2020, through September 1st, 2020.
- Each submission entered must be set in the universe of a Mad Cave IP (Battlecats, Honor and Curse, Knights of the Golden Sun, Show’s End, etc…).
- Six Winners (three writers and three artists) will be announced on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2020, on PREVIEWSworld and PREVIEWSworld Weekly.
- Visit the Mad Cave Talent Search Page for complete submission guidelines.
That’s a wrap for The Mad Cave Showcase! The Mad Cave Studios virtual event, hosted live from Miami, FL by Jazz Stone, brought forth an amazing lineup of creators like Chris Sebela (Crowded) to industry insiders Chris Arrant, with a stellar live draw and giveaway with Liana Kangas (She Said Destroy), and meet and greets with the Mad Cave team!
Filled with Latin-American influences, Dry Foot is a coming-of age-tale that deals with family, friendship, trust, and adversity.
Mad Cave Studios Announces the return of Knights of the Golden Sun, Honor and Curse and the Battlecats Finale
Mad Cave Studios has confirmed today that some of their most ambitious titles are coming back later this year. All three hit comics from Mad Cave will deliver glorious art and epic storytelling as it was confirmed by Mad Cave’s own Mark London
Chris Fernandez was joined by the first issue’s artist, Rob Stotz, to discuss a little about how he got involved with Mad Cave and what went into the process of drawing Battlecasts: Tales of Valderia #1.