The Morganville Vampires series, comprising of 15 Young Adult novels, is written by the #1 internationally bestselling author Rachel Caine.
This was Design & Artwork including:
- Character interpretation & illustration design
- Paper-doll design & functionality
- Character clothing design
The characters have been re-drawn to resemble the cast of Morganville The Series for use in the digital series title credits.
Artwork featured on Fangirlish in an article about Morganville: The Series – Fangirlish.com 04/11/2014
About Morganville Vampires series
Claire Danvers has a problem. First, her parents wanted her to attend the pretty awful local university for a year before letting her go off to her dream school across the country … then she discovered that the dusty, isolated, weird Texas town of Morganville was owned and operated by vampires. The residents belong to them, just like the buildings and businesses. Now that she’s discovered the secret, she’s a permanent resident, owing them taxes in blood.
But it’s her friends Michael, Eve and Shane who make that weird life worth living … and even the vampires aren’t the invulnerable rulers they seem.
Claire is the key to Morganville’s survival.
If only she can survive it herself.
Morganville: The Series is the new digital series adapted from the internationally bestselling ‘Morganville Vampires’ young adult novels by Rachel Caine. The series is produced by Rachel Caine (Pen Ultimate Productions) and Blake Calhoun (Loud Pictures).
MV The Series stars Lindsay Seidel (Claire Danvers), Jordan Farris (Shane Collins), Haileigh Todd (Eve Rosser), Ben Easter (Michael Glass), Chase Jeffery (Myrnin), Nikki Donley (Hannah Moses), Gregory Connors (Brandon), Afomia Hailemeskel (Monica Morrell), Jessi Mechler (Gina), Taylor Murphy (Jennifer), R. Cat Conrad (The Vampire Enforcer), Amber Benson (Amelie) & Robert Picardo (Oliver).
About The Author
Rachel Caine is the #1 internationally bestselling author of 15 novels in the young adult Morganville Vampires series (Glass Houses, The Dead Girls’ Dance, Midnight Alley, Feast of Fools, Lord of Misrule, Carpe Corpus, Fade Out, Kiss of Death, Ghost Town, Bite Club, Last Breath, Black Dawn and Bitter Blood). The first novel, Glass Houses, was named to the prestigious Texas Library Association’s Tayshas Reading List.
She also wrote the powerhouse urban fantasy Weather Warden series (Ill Wind, Heat Stroke, Chill Factor, Windfall, Firestorm, Thin Air, Gale Force, Cape Storm, and Total Eclipse), as well as the Outcast Season series, set in the universe of the Weather Warden novels (Undone, Unknown, Unseen, and Unbroken).
In 2011, she launched urban fantasy series The Revivalist (Working Stiff, Two Weeks’ Notice, and Terminated). She has also written paranormal romantic action/adventure for the Silhouette Bombshell line, including Devil’s Bargain, Devil’s Due, and the award-winning Athena Force: Line of Sight.
Rachel is also a contributor to many short story collections, including My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding, My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon, Strange Brew, Dark and Stormy Knights, Hex Symbols, and Retro Murder (all edited by P.N. Elrod), and the New York Times bestseller Many Bloody Returns (edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner). She is also a contributor to the Immortal and Eternal anthologies(edited by P.C. Cast), The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance (edited by Trisha Telep), and Eternal Kiss (edited by Trisha Telep), and Dark Duets (edited by Christopher Golden) as well as many other collections.
Her novels have been published in more than 20 languages around the world. She has been awarded both a Career Achievement Award and a Pioneer Award in Urban Fantasy from Romantic Times.
In 2013, Rachel joined with Dallas-based producer/director Blake Calhoun of Loud Pictures to launch a Kickstarter fundraiser for Morganville: The Series, a high quality digital TV series. Rachel is co-producer and writer of the series, which will begin production in late 2013 for a 2014 premiere.
Also in 2013, Rachel’s mystery novel Exile, Texas was optioned for film. Her adaptation of the book is currently in pre-production.
A former professional musician, graphic artist, web designer, and corporate communications executive, Rachel finally left the business world in 2009 to devote her time completely to writing. She and her husband, award-winning fantasy artist R. Cat Conrad, live in Fort Worth, Texas.
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