FIRST COLLECTORS' ISSUE OF NEW VIVID COMIX GRAPHIC NOVELS FEATURES EXCITING STORIES AND STUNNING ART BY TOP COMIC TALENT
Jenna Jameson, Briana Banks, Sunrise Adams, Savanna Samson, Mercedez and Tawny Roberts Appear in Vivid Girls Volume 1
LOS ANGELES - (February 1, 2005) - Vivid Girls Volume 1, the premiere collectors' issue of a 48- page graphic novel series from Vivid Entertainment, features stunning illustrations of the famous Vivid Girls by top comic artists Marco Turini, Carlos Ferreira and Juan Jose Ryp. The 48-page adults-only book is printed on glossy paper and includes three separate stories by celebrated comic book writers Steven Grant and Antony Johnston.
The Vivid Comix series was created and published by Vivid licensee Avatar Press and is available at comic stores and adult retailers nationwide or online at www.vividcomix.com or www.vivid.com Suggested retail price is $14.99 per issue.
"The full-color art is sexy and dazzling and the erotic stories are more exciting than anything ever before seen in a graphic novel," according to says William Christensen, president of Avatar Press. The stories feature characters based on the popular Vivid Girls, the elite among adult actresses, plus elaborate photo spreads in each issue.
The initial story in Vivid Girls Volume 1 is "Dry Heat," written by Grant with original art by Turini, in which Vivid Girls Sunrise Adams, Mercedez and Briana Banks pull off an elaborate scam in Las Vegas. In "White Light," written by Johnston and drawn by Ferreira, Vivid Girl Savanna Samson is on a quest to save the one man who holds the key to stopping a war between heaven and hell. Johnston also wrote "Spellbound," in which Vivid Girls Jenna Jameson and Tawny Roberts star in a sensual medieval adventure.
"Writing and art by the very best creators in the graphic novel field has paid off and the result is highest quality adult comic work ever produced," said Mr. Christensen. "The premium, oversized format has made it a true collectors' treasure."
About Avatar Press: Avatar Press has carved a niche for itself as a comic book publisher that pushes the boundaries between mainstream and independent by working with creators such as Frank Miller, Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, Alan Moore and Steven Grant. The company has published over 300 comic books since 1997. For further information visit www.vividcomix.comPosted by MK Magazine at February 1, 2005 12:50 PM