Comic Book Creator & Director Daniel Crosier’s The Exquisite Vanishteer Comic Book Available On

January 26th, 2012 · Comments Off

Comic Book Creator & Director Daniel Crosier’s The Exquisite Vanishteer Comic Book Available On

The comic book The Exquisite Vanishteer, written & illustrated by Daniel Crosier is available on the digital comic book site The comic book is the inspiration for the feature film Isolation Man in production at Crazy Horse Studios, based in Denver, CO and co-directed between Crosier and Dane Bernhardt.

The Exquisite Vanushteer comic book depicts the bad day where the Vanishteer, a short-minded, self-idolized superhero has a bad day and accidentally makes the human population vanish. This sets up the film premise where the Vanishteer is forced to resolve his unfortunate deed.

Crosier’s interior artwork was the result of a weekend experiment with ink, charcoal, and the loose cartoon stylized approach.

To purchase and read The Exquisite Vanishteer for $1.99 visit:

For more information and clips of the Isolation Man feature film visit:

For more information please contact Daniel Crosier at, 720-236-6339,

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January 26th, 2012 · Comments Off


Denver, CO – Director Stephen Santa Cruz & cinematographer Joel Stangle’s feature film Colfax &15th will screen one night only at the Denver Film Center on March 5th. The film is a fictional account exploring a faction of Denver’s criminal underworld as it intertwines with the bounty retrieval business. The film features all local actors including Joseph Trujillo and Ariana Sanchez. Q&A with Santa Cruz will follow the screening and Denver.

Colfax & 15th is about Issac, a young hood turned bounty hunter, who finds himself caught within a hidden web of corruption. He begins to unravel the shady organization of his employer, Rome, a bail-bondsman who’s fallen deep into a world of criminality. As Issac tries to reform his life, he is led down a path of deceit into an unseen subculture that teeters on the edge of law and lawlessness. Now, with a child on the way, Isaac must use his knowledge of the streets to survive and collect on one last bounty.

The two aspiring filmmakers, Stangle and Santa Cruz, both from Denver, Colorado, set out to make a film that authentically reflected the thriving but loosely monitored bail bonds and bounty retrieval industry in the modern western United States.

Santa Cruz describes the nature of this film and its exploration of a hidden facet of Denver:

“…we wanted to portray a side of the modern west that is seldom seen: corrupt, disenfranchised, impoverished, addicted and violent. It’s ugly at its surface, but underneath we find the human condition at work.”

The screening begins at 7pm. The Denver Film Center Colfax is located at 2510 East Colfax, Denver, CO 80206, in the Lowenstein CulturePlex.

To view a trailer of Colfax and 15th,
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February 6th, 2011 · Comments Off

I will be at Emerald City Comic Con 2011 the first weekend of March at Artist Alley L-01/02 with Creator’s Edge! See you then!

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Distortions Unlimited Coming Your Way February 2011

November 22nd, 2010 · Comments Off

Hello Friends!

Wood burning comic book artist and writer, Daniel Crosier, here. Wanting to encourage comic book stores and vendors to carry Distortions Unlimited #2, set to release in February 2011!

To further promote the book, I will do a custom wood burned store logo for every comic book store that orders 20 copies, or more, of Distortions Unlimited #2. I am also open to booking signing/demo/speaking engagements/events for stores in Colorado, as well as nationwide if I can get hotel & travel expenses compensated.

Here’s the order codes for Diamond, so fans can order through their favorite comic book stores: DEC100789 F DISTORTIONS UNLIMITED #2 (MR)

Can’t find a comic book store, go here:

Thanks for your time and support! Below is the Distortions Unlimited press release, media links, and contact info.

Daniel Crosier

Bluewater Productions presents a unique horror comic that revolves around existing full-scale monster and alien animatronics in the new series titled “Distortions Unlimited.”

The three issue series is based off of licensed characters crafted by Distortions Unlimited based in Greeley, CO. Distortions is world-renowned for creating shocking props, masks and animatronics that have been the mainstay of the dark amusement industry for the last 30 years. The company is best known for reproducing the 16ft queen alien from the film “Alien” cast from the original molds, as well as designing the stage props for music industry icon Alice Cooper’s Brutal Planet tour.

Daniel Crosier, writer and illustrator on the series, has a unique connection with the project. “I grew up near the Distortions studio in Greeley. I used to tour the studio when I was a kid and was fascinated by their creations. I suggested to Darren Davis the president of Bluewater to partner with Distortions to develop another horror comic. Darren liked the idea, so we approached them with the concept. Distortions was enthusiastic about the partnership and green-lighted the project.”

The entire series focuses on Distortions’ Rage animatronic. Described as half Neanderthal, half beast, and all fury, the Rage is one of Distortions’ most popular characters. Ed Edmunds, president of Distortions elaborates of the protagonist of the books. “Rage has been a fan favorite for years. The sheer size of the piece commands attention and really gives people a good scare. He’s a great character to base the series on.”

The second issue of the series continues into the horror unleashed on the earth with the collapse of a mine. The plot was crafted with multiple, intertwining layers that combine fantasy and true-life events ripped from today’s headlines. Local Denver celebrities, Uncle Nasty and Matt Need from Clear Channel’s KBPI and Allana Rizzo from Rocky Mountain Fox Sports Net have lent their likeness to the project.

Crosier will bring a unique look to the books by illustrating with his watershed technique. All covers and interior pages of the series will be created with graphite on wood poplar panels. The books will have a high contrast, distressed, organic look.

The creative team will also include veteran inker Peter Palmiotti. Palmiotti has worked for a variety of comic publishers including Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Image.

The release date is for the first issue of Distortions Unlimited #2 will be February 2011.

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Daniel Crosier

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Daniel Crosier’s “Sons of Soil” Feature Film Gets Kick Started into Production

June 28th, 2010 · Comments Off

Denver, CO- Daniel Crosier, writer & director, is organizing a teaser trailer shoot for the b&w horror feature Sons Of Soil later this summer. The teaser’s purpose is to garner more investors, attention & promote the larger feature film project to be shot at a later time.

SONS OF SOIL centers on three backwoods characters in a triptych of short stories greatly influenced by such films as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Fellini’s 8 1/2, and Tetsuo The Iron Man.

The pre-production on the trailer is currently underway. Interested parties and financial backers may check out Kickstart to pledge funds or to obtain additional information.

Crosier is best known for his comic book work. He has exploded onto the comic book scene in the last few years. Illustrating and writing multiple, nationally distributed comic book projects created with an innovated wood burning technique that include, “Bartholomew of the Scissors” and “Distortions Unlimited,” his writing has captured the attention of the industry.

Another project Crosier heads is the performance samurai demon/neo-kabuki group OFM: OdAm fEI mUd.

Crosier manages and directs the live performance group that includes a band, aerialists, elaborate practical effects, and a multi-media introduction.

Crosier explains his vision for Sons of Soil and how his background in comic books background and performance art offers him an edge his new venture in feature film.

“Sons of Soil is a extension of the mediums I’m passionate about,” states Crosier. Fusing together my interests in unique performance quirky, off beat content, and striking visuals, Sons wraps all of these aspects into the film horror genre that I thoroughly enjoy and study. I feel I can bring an undefined experience to the audience with this project and push the envelope with new innovations.”

After a near death experience due to a lifetime bout with chronic asthma and allergies in his early 20′s, Crosier’s unapologetic tenacity is driving him to finish the horror film that began to gestate in his early childhood with inspiration from the plains town of Kersey, Co. For more information about Daniel Crosier visit

Daniel Crosier’s art site:

OdAm fEI mUd’s site:

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