Thursday, September 17, 2009

DEATHSCRIBE 2009 Sponsors

DEATHSCRIBE 09 is coming October 5th to the Music Box Theatre at 8PM. this unique evening of horror entertainment is made possible by the generous support of our fans and our sponsors. Please take a look at who is helping keep horror alive in Chicago and support them:

The Devil's Candy Store is a virtual design studio dedicated to bringing you "Exotic contraband from impossible worlds." Home to some of the finest illustrators and writers on Earth, The Devil's Candy Store has created a limited edition concept art book with award-winning art for L. A. Banks Vampire Huntress Legend novels.

Quirk Publishing, is home to "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies". This Philadelphia publishing house will soon be bringing you, "Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters". Check out their website at for cool books on all topics, like Gig Posters Vol. 1, Stuff Every Man Should Know, and The Complete Worst Case Scenario Handbook.

Comix Revolution in Evanston has been described in the Chicago Reader as "pretentious in all the right ways," which hits close to the truth. Heavily emphasizing graphic novels and trade paperbacks, Evanston also brings in independent literary novels and radical books. When most comic shops bring in novels, they usually come at it thru superhero comics, Evanston Comix Revolution explores the written word thru alternative and independent comics. WildClaw company member and graphic designer, Charlie Athanas, shops here regularly and highly recommends it.

Please welcome our latest sponsor to the fold:

Home to multiple WildClaw benefits and the birthplace of Scaryoake.
"With gleaming pine-paneled walls and ceiling, a steer skull staked to the wall and whirling overhead fans, this neighborhood tavern is reminiscent of a friendly Wisconsin bar. On the menu: better-than-average bar food. Standouts include the crispy onion rings and the spinach salad. Dine in the bar area, or head to the rear of the space, past the pool table, for a more sedate sit-down experience. Weekend brunch options include "crab stacks," (homemade crab cakes on english muffins topped with poached eggs and roasted red pepper sauce) and biscuits and gravy made with specialty sage sausage." - Metromix 4.5 stars out of 5

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