DarkClaw Studios Announces Website

DarkClaw Studios has launched their website. The website has full information on the studio's goods and services including author contact information.

Brooklyn, NY, August 22, 2012 --(PR.com)-- DarkClaw Studios Announces Launch of New Website

DarkClaw Studios has announced the launch of their website, darkclawstudios.com. The creative studio's website features a slick and dark design. "I wanted something creepy that horror fans would enjoy and I wanted it to look cool too," said DarkClaw Studios founder and writer, Stephen Anthony.

DarkClaw Studios wants their website to give visitors a sense of what it is to be captured inside one of Stephen's stories. "We want you scared, to visit the darker parts of your imagination," Stephen said. "Take a look around darkclawstudios.com and you'll get a feel for my creativity, my humor, and definitely my eerie side."

Visitors can get a chance to preview some of Stephen's work in the excerpts page. "This page is going to be updated on a regular basis, so make sure to come back and see what we have for you," Stephen said. The excerpt is from "The Boat" one of the short stories in his collection of short stories, Cosm.

Stephen has said that he takes his work personally. The artwork featured on his debut book is also the tattoo on his arm. It is featured on the 'Works' tab. The works tab gives visitors a preview of what DarkClaw Studios has available and what is coming from the author. "Altered" is a zombie movie with a twist and "Sanaa" is a graphic novel whose dark setting is where the author feels at home.

And the contact us page invites us to 'stalk' the author, to follow him on twitter, facebook and to contact him directly. "I love getting the chance to talk to fans. I'm just a big fanboy myself who wanted to read what I was writing," Stephen says.

The website was designed by Rob Bless of digibangpop.com. "You wouldn't think something so wrong and off could come from such a nice guy," Stephen said of Rob Bless's work. Initial feedback to the website shows that Rob Bless designed exactly what Stephen was looking for.

For more information, and maybe a scare or two, check out darkclawstudios.com.
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