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    Posted January 9, 2011 by
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    Horror Author Lia Scott Price's Comic Book/Graphic Novel Project

     

    Horror Author Lia Scott Price's Comic Book/Graphic Novel Project

     

    Torrance, CA. January 2011. Horror Author Lia Scott Price, known for her Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian Angels™, is now working on a comic book/graphic novel.

     

    The comic book/graphic novel will be based on her current vampire trilogy, "The Guardian, Revenant, and Dominion", published through createspace.com.

     

    “It’s going to be a full trilogy comic book,  combining three of my novels into one book with art.” says Price.  "I felt that my book would be best enhanced with imagery. I've already brought my characters to life through film, so comic book art would be the next step."

     

    Comic Book Artist Wendell Nelson has created the first initial art, which can be viewed at www.liascottprice.com.

     

    Price’s evil guardian angel characters are serial killers and vampires who hunt down victims who pray to them for help.

     

    Illustrations will be released in stages on Price's web site, with the anticipated release and publication of the book set for October 2011. Warning: Over 18 only.

     

    Price also offers free downloadable ebooks on her web site. "I want people to get to know my characters so they are familiar with the stories when the comic book/graphic novel comes out."

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