Reviews, galleries and interviews on arts, entertainment and film sites. Features in national newspapers, art, film and entertainment magazines. Artist exhibition in November. Social media campaign. Promotion on Titanbooks.com. The first official Alien cartoon book, arriving just in time for Christmas. Packed with insider jokes for fans of the Alien series. Entirely new and original artwork.
Joey Spiotto is a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. He has previously worked in the film and video game industry on such projects as The Polar Express for Warner Bros. as well as The Sims and Dead Space video games for Electronic Arts. His artwork is regularly featured at Gallery 1988 in Hollywood and is one of the top artists at Teefury.com. He lives just outside of Los Angeles, CA. Visit him at www.jo3bot.com
"simple, smart, and very, very funny" - The Film Stage
"Adorable" - VG Blogger "Alien Next Door manages to take one of the most terrifying movie villains of all-time and make it come off as friendly as a family pet thanks to its simple, yet awesome artwork" - Entertainment Buddha "Hilarious." - Horrorfuel "There's probably an important message here about how strange-looking things can be nice if you give them a chance, but who cares. ALIEN." - Overthinking It "I'm so glad this book is seeing the light of day, and if you're a fan of the franchise, absolutely pick it up." - Cinema Sentries "Joey Spiotto changes the dark, sinister world of Aliens to a cartoon with instant laughs that would fit well in the 80's and early 90's era of television." - Things To Do in LA "On the surface, the book boasts several clever gags hiding in plain sight, mostly references to the still-going franchise, facehuggers and otherwise." - Bookgasm "If you're looking for something quirky to amuse an adult fan of the franchise, this is what you're looking for." - San Francisco Book Review "Spiotto takes the terrible baddie and turns it into a comical, misunderstood next door neighbor type, and it's just precious." - Midroad Movie Review "every bit as adorable, and darkly humorous, as you might think" - BookRiot