Mauricio Alvarez and Edwin Estrada take over the artistic responsibility of bringing to life Omar Mora’s vision of the action packed Sci-Fi story “The Unearthians” in comic book series.
Moras Productions, Inc. is happy to announce that Mexican artists Mauricio Alvarez and Edwin Estrada, under the umbrella of Comicolor Studios, have joined the The Unearthians’ family. Mauricio is an incredibly gifted penciller and Edwin is a talented and outstanding colorist. Both artists have previously collaborated with each other on various projects in Mexico.
Now Mora’s Production’s is excited to unveil a teaser sample illustration for the artwork they will be creating for the comic book series’ storyline.
The Unearthians is an original action packed sci-fi narrative where good versus evil collide for a greater cause. Writer and producer Omar Mora will be in charge of adapting his own screenplay for the comic book version. The Unerthians tells the story of two best friends, Mateo and Carter, who are abducted and transported into an underground base somewhere on Earth. Here they discover the obscure agenda that the aliens have in store for Earth and the entire Galaxy. Now it’s up to them to fight this injustice while hiding a secret of their own to that the aliens will never see coming.
Comicolor Studios is a young company founded in 2015 by colorist Edwin Estrada. They Studio has published work through independent comic book publishers in Mexico. The company was formed by several artists who, together, have accumulated many years of experience within the comic book industry both in Mexico, and around the world.
Omar Mora began his writing career in 2012. He has written several scripts and self-published a novel on Amazon. With his 2016 feature indie film 30 Days with My Brother, Mora became the first Puerto Rican born and raised on the island to write and produce a feature film resulting in national distribution within the United States in AMC Theaters through AMC Independent™. Mora also wrote and acted in the film.
Moras Productions, Inc., will be the executive and overseer of The Unerthians’s comics. They intend to create approximately 12 issues, 3 volumes, and 1 full graphic novel. At this moment Moras Productions, Inc. is in development of seven scripts, as well as a superhero story called Master Kaon, which is also intended to be turned into a comic book.
For more information on Comicolor Studios go to: http://comicolorstudios.daportfolio.com/
For Moras Productions’ scripts and movies in development you can visit their company website at http://www.MorasProductions.com