Wolf One-Man War Zone and Brotherhood Freelancer
It’s the only thing still legible on his dog tags. The rest has been obliterated; either pounded flat or melted into … Read More
Rigor Mortis Recovering Vampire, Acrobatic Assassin, and Brotherhood Agent
Historically, the Brotherhood’s had no love for vampires. They’ve got a zero tolerance policy regarding feeding on humans, and vamps … Read More
Silent Jim Gunslinger, Omnidimensional Enigma, and Brotherhood Agent (Deceased)
The trenchcoat. The fedora. The ever-present shades. Silent Jim was more archetype than man. No one’s really sure how he … Read More
Gabriel Burnout, Suspected Traitor, and Former Brotherhood Agent
Gabriel was on top of the world. As the leader of Chapter Alpha One—the highest position a field agent of the … Read More
Ben Honeycutt, lead artist on the new Demon Hunters webcomic, was recently a guest on The Drakkarium’s Geek of all Trades Podcast. Get a sneak “peek”–after all it is audio … Read More
The fabulous folks at Film-Inflicted Trauma have made good on their threats to follow up their fair and balanced lambasting of Demon Hunters with an equally sentimental-yet-scathing review of our … Read More
Well, THIS was a surprise!
In 1999, the Dead Gentlemen unleashed Demon Hunters, our first feature film, on an unsuspecting college campus and, subsequently, the world. Today, the folks at … Read More
A favorite scene from Demon Hunters: Dead Camper Lake. Chris Wiener sings the blues.
A blast from our past, Demon Hunters: Dead Camper Lake is Dead Gentlemen Productions second feature film they produced in college. In March of 2000, the Dead Gentlemen convinced … Read More
Our first film together… EVER. The student film that started it all, directed by the ever-talented Ben Dobyns… who did EVERYTHING! Well, except write the script, which was done … Read More