Helen Darras, Licensor/Producer for Dark Horse Comics Graphic Novel "Exile To Babylon" Making Guest Appearance at 2013 MCM London England Comic Con, Oct. 25-27

Licensor/Producer/Actress Helen Darras to appear as a Special Guest at the 2013 MCM London England Comic Con to promote a Dark Horse Comics Science Fiction Graphic Novel "Exile To Babylon" that she produced, on October 25-27 at the Excel - London - Royal Victoria Dock - Convention Center.

Oct 17 2013, 8:32am CDT | by PR.com

Helen Darras, Licensor/Producer for Dark Horse Comics Graphic Novel "Exile To Babylon" Making Guest Appearance at 2013 MCM London England Comic Con, Oct. 25-27
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Hollywood, CA, October 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Helen Darras, Licensor & Producer for a Dark Horse Comics Graphic Novel will be appearing as a Special Guest at the 2013 MCM London Comic Con held October 25 - 27, at the Excel - London - Royal Victoria Dock - Convention Center. Helen honorably has her name appearing First on the Comic Villiage Special Guest List Link: www.mcmcomiccon.com/london/attractions/comic-village/.

Helen will be promoting her Dark Horse Comics Graphic Novel "Exile To Babylon," a Science Fiction, futuristic styled book she produced with Director Domagoj Mazuran, which has already received great editorial reviews. Helen Darras is also known as an Associate Producer for Actor Adam West's (TV's Original "Batman") Current Film Biography "Starring Adam West." Other celebrity guests appearing at the 2013 MCM London Comic Con event include: Thomas Jane (AKA Frank Castle "The Punisher"), Mark Lester (from the movie "Oliver" & also known as Godfather to all 3 children of the Late, Great, Entertainer Michael Jackson), James Cosmo (from the amazing TV show "Game Of Thrones"), Actors Adrian Hall & Heather Ripley (the children from the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang") just to name a few.

Publishers Weekly (founded in 1872) Reviewer Glen Downey, published his review of "Exile to Babylon" and he stated: "Even for those who can't get enough of humanity-on-the-brink stories with high-octane explosions, nonstop action, and lots and lots of tattoos, this adaptation of Dom Mazuran's 2013 film deserves to be called action-packed. The story is set in 2040, when resources are scarce and a critical fuel supply is in the hands of a ruthless overlord; the only hope for liberation lies with the Blackshield Angels, street-gang thugs who have been reeducated by a private military operative. It's a brutal world, especially in the war-torn landscape known as Zone 12, where the Angels' top agent kicks as much a** as possible—not because he's one of the good guys but, as the reader soon learns, only one of the gooder guys. To call this adrenaline-churning tale a page-turner is a ridiculous understatement. Eisner Award Winner David Lapham (Stray Bullets, The Strain) and Patric Reynolds (Let Me In, Volume 1: Crossroads) keep up the pace with gritty, realistic dialogue and dynamic sequences that allow readers to quickly fill in the gaps. But they also get it right in those quieter moments when the fireworks aren't going off, lending some depth to all the frenetic action. (June 2013)"

Scott Allie served as Sr. Editor on "Exile To Babylon." Scott, who became Editor-In-Chief in October 2012 for Dark Horse Comics, has been famously known for his work on "Hellboy," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer," "Star Wars," etc. The publisher of this book is Mike Richardson, Founder of Dark Horse Comics and President of Dark Horse Entertainment.

"Exile To Babylon" (currently optioned to be made into a Hollywood Feature Length Movie by Hollywood Film Studio, Relativity Media) is available for purchase on many websites, including Dark Horse Comics (where it's also available as a Downloadable Digital Copy) digital.darkhorse.com/profile/3074.exile-to-babylon-1-4-bundle/, helendarras.com, as well as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc. However, at the MCM London Comic Con, Helen Darras will be personally autographing copies of the book, as well as giving out free T-shirts, bookmarks & bumper stickers, until supplies run out. At the Inaugural Cardiff Film & Comic Con in Wales, last month, this book Sold Out within 4 hours of the first day of the event. Please arrive early in London to secure your copy. Helen Darras is looking forward to greeting all Dark Horse Comics & "Exile To Babylon" fans at the show.

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