Outland Entertainment and Pinnacle Entertainment Group are pleased to announce the formation of Outrider Publications!
The Outrider Publications focus is publishing and creating new fiction and comic material based on Pinnacle Entertainment Group's library of intellectual property starting with Shane Lacy Hensley's Deadlands world.
Outrider will be republishing previously created graphic novels Deadman's Hand, The Cackler, and Raven as premium hardcovers via Kickstarter. In addition, there are two new Deadlands graphic novels currently in production for release later in 2022, one written by Shane Lacy Hensley and the other by C. Edward Sellner.
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The previously published Deadlands Dime Novels Perdition's Daughter, Independence Day, Night Train, and others will be revised by John Goff, reformatted, repackaged with new covers and graphic design, and released both in print and eBook format later in 2022.
There is also a Deadlands anthology planned for a late 2022 launch and a 2023 release. More on that in the coming months.
Outrider Publications will also be continuing the anthology series Wendigo Tales, and distributing those into the trade market, along with a Kickstarter later in the year for the second anthology in the series. The second volume will also be edited by Shane Lacy Hensley, with creators Tim Earley, Shanna Germain, Aaron Rosenberg, Simon Lucas, and Matthew Cutter contributing stories.
Other properties in active development are an East Texas University graphic novel, in collaboration with creators Ed Wetterman and Preston P. Dubois and a Rippers Resurrected novel by David Boop.
In addition to all the above, we are also exploring other options for fiction and comics for Holler and Necessary Evil. We hope to have more news on these projects soon!
Outrider Publications will be managed by acting Publisher Jeremy D. Mohler and Editor in Chief C. Edward Sellner in collaboration with Deadlands creator Shane Lacy Hensley.