Given To Me: Adapting “Karl Vincent: Vampire Hunter” - Comics for Sinners


Published on November 23rd, 2015 | by Kevin Given

Given To Me: Adapting “Karl Vincent: Vampire Hunter”

karlvincent_movie4Hi Comic Book fans! I just want to let everyone know that production has begun on the movie adaptation of “Karl Vincent: Vampire Hunter.” The comic books are available on Indyplanet and the novel is available on Amazon, both are on Kindle. (Issue 1 is free, as well as issue 1 of “Files of Karl Vincent.“)

The scene we shot on November 14 was the scene where Karl first met President Lyndon Johnson. It was shot at the Boondock bar in Lakeland. Actor David Raizer played Johnson and Luis Antonio Howard was the ghost of Sebastian Vasilis.

The Film is being produced by Crisp Film Works. The whole production went smooth and the scene was wrapped in two days. I am very excited that I get to play my own character of “Karl Vincent”.

Kevin Given: Karl Vincent
Luis Antonio Howard: Sebastian Vasilis
David Raizer: President Lyndon Johnson
Bob Glazier: Bartender
Julie Boesche: Drunk Stripper
Sylvia Manning: Jealous flirt

Director: Jeffrey Crisp
Director of Photography Daniel Trout
Camera: Zane Kuhle
Sound: Dan Arias
SFX: Curt Bowman

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Till next time! Keep on Given!!

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About the Author

Kevin Given has studied with "Longridge Writers Group" and "Writer's Boot Camp" a speech/communications major from the University of Maine Presque-Isle/Orono sites. He has created the "Karl Vincent Vampire Hunter" franchise which includes 2 novels and 8 comic books. They can be found on amazon, Indyplanet and Kindle. For a limited time you can get digital copies of "Karl Vincent: Vampire hunter" #1 and "Files of Karl Vincent" #1 for free on Indyplanet. Kevin is producing the third novel in the series "Dracula Rising" (working title) and developing "Foul Blood" into comic book form.

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