By Dustin Cabeal
When I wrote this amazing piece about the Kickstarter I had a feeling, it would wind up at Danger Zone, an imprint of Action Lab Entertainment. I actually backed the project, so hopefully, I'll read it before it's released. Either way, it's Dan Mendoza... and I love his comics.
From Danger Zone:
From the pages of Halloween ComicFest comes Zombie Tramp creator Dan Mendoza and Bryan Seaton's breakout character, Dollface, in her own monthly ongoing, beginning with a special double-sized first issue!
Writer(s): Dan Mendoza & Bryan Seaton
Artist Name(s): Dan Mendoza
Cover Artist(s): Dan Mendoza (regular, Pin-up, and Pin-up sketch variant), Victoria Harris, Tony Fleecs, Josh Howard
Cover A - Dan Mendoza (unlimited)
Cover B - Pin-up variant cover (limited to 3000): Dan Mendoza
Cover C – Josh Howard variant cover (limited to 3000)
Cover D - Victoria Harris variant cover (limited to 3000)
Cover E - Tony Fleecs variant cover(limited to 3000)
Cover F – Mendoza Pin-up sketch variant cover (limited to 2000)
Cover G - Blank sketch variant cover (unlimited)
JOIN DOLLFACE IN A CENTURY SPANNING ADVENTURE!
In the town of Boston, a witch-hunter lurks among the shadows, but this witch-hunter is like none you've ever seen. She is Lila, a 17th century soul that has been transported into present time and into the body of a life size, ball jointed doll, created by a couple of MIT students trying to use technology and a 3D printer to create the perfect women. Join in this super-sized debut issue and learn how she came to be known as Dollface, the ball jointed witch hunter.
Creator Dan Mendoza comments, "I'm really excited to be working on Dollface. The book brings its own set of challenges. While firmly set in the Zombie Tramp universe, Dollface will have a much broader audience. There is going to be some crazy over the top elements, but I think that Dollface will speak to fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sailor Moon and Gothic horror. It's not an all-ages book for sure, teen readers are going to be stoked to be reading it guiltily under the covers."