FINAL IMPACT COMICS Launches First Fantasy Comic, RIVALS

FINAL IMPACT COMICS launches first fantasy comic, RIVALS, starring Gary Daniels with pre-production beginning on TV Series adaptation 

“The first comic in the RIVALS series is here and it’s high concept fantasy at its most brutal, Conan The Barbarian and Mad Max fans rejoice.” 

– Cannibal warbands, mutant weaponized freaks, martial arts, bizarre monsters and 80’s action star GARY DANIELS – this is the world of RIVALS and it’s brutal! –

FINAL IMPACT COMICS launches comic book series, RIVALS, starring legendary British film action star, Gary  Daniels (The Expendables, Fist of the North Star) – now in active development as a live action TV series!

Film Director Mike Clarke (THE STRANGER) and Film Director/artist Paul Gerrard (THE STRANGER, HELLBOY, EVIL DEAD  RISE, INDIANA JONES 5) have built FINAL IMPACT COMICS and RIVALS for fans of 80’s action, horror  and sci-fi films, comics and art.  

“Our first offering from Final Impact Comics is Rivals, a desolate violent world, which is now in early pre-production with Kimberly Quigley’s Druid Pictures as a massive TV series,” Mike Clarke. 

RIVALS depicts a wasteland full of warring warriors and violence and the first comic is available to order now at ZOOP! Purchase link: (!

Artists have been handpicked by Mike Clarke and Paul Gerrard, Gerrard is also a major contributor to  all artwork – artists include Greg Staples, Dave Kendall , Björn Barends, Matthew John Soffe. 

“RIVALS is a dark, gritty, violent, high fantasy concept, it’s brutal,” Paul Gerrard. 

FINAL IMPACT COMICS will also expand and deliver hard hitting dark comics and begin adapting their line of content  for film and television production – with several scripts already gaining interest from major Hollywood  producers.  

Order special limited edition copies from ZOOP now:


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