About Storm King Comics

Storm King Comics, formed in 2012 as a division of Storm King Productions, is headed by writer/producer and editor Sandy King. Along with her husband, director John Carpenter, King focuses on bringing the best writers from the worlds of comics, movies and novels together to bring their special brand of horror and sci-fi entertainment to comics. Their flagship comic book title John Carpenter’s Asylum has become a global fan favorite, followed by the award-winning annual anthology, John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight, and most recently the monthly anthology series, John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction.

Sandy King

Artist, writer, film producer and president of Storm King Productions.

With a background in art, photography and animation Sandy King’s filmmaking career has included working with John Cassavetes, Francis Ford Coppola, Michael Mann, Walter Hill, John Hughs and John Carpenter.

She has produced films ranging from public service announcements on Hunger Awareness to a documentary on astronaut/teacher Christa McAuliffe, and major theatrical hits like John Carpenter’s Vampires. From working underwater with sharks in the Bahamas to converting 55 acres of New Mexican desert into the vast red planet of Mars, new challenges interest and excite her. Currently she is producing John Carpenter’s Tales for a Halloween Night for SYFY.

The world of comic books allows her to bring her art and story telling experience to a new discipline with an expanded group of collaborators. She wrote the Harvey-nominated Womanthology: Space story Dead Again, and writes and edits the multiple award winning John Carpenter’s Asylum comic book series and John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight anthology, and edits the monthly anthology comic series, John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction.

She is married to director, John Carpenter and lives in Hollywood, California.

John Carpenter

Director…writer…composer. The triple threat became a force to be reckoned with yet again as an award-winning comic book creator with John Carpenter’s Asylum, followed by his multi-award-winning anthology, John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight.

Carpenter’s breakthrough film was Halloween, the seminal horror movie, that made Michael Myers the best known boogey man in modern times. It was the most profitable independent movie of its day and launched the genre of the teen slasher film.

His movie, The Thing, remains a space alien classic which opened new frontiers in creature effects and suspense, while Escape From New York introduced the world to the iconic character of Snake Plissken, who along with They Live’s John Nada, epitomizes American cool.

John’s two album’s of non-soundtrack music, Lost Themes and Lost Themes II, have made the charts in both the U.S. and Europe, leading to a live appearance world tour in 2016 met by enthusiastic crowds from Los Angeles to Barcelona.

With this step into the comic book world, John Carpenter brings it all to the serial world he’s loved since childhood. Supernatural horror with that twist of fate that only flawed mankind can provide.