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Executive Assistant: Assassins #1 Preview

Jenna D. 06/23/2012 Reviews

Aspen Comics has been pushing their stance in the comic industry lately, asserting themselves as a player to reckon with. They’ve made their comics available digitally through Barnes & Noble’s NOOK platform, have a partnership with this summer’s big blockbuster movie Abraham Lincoln:Vampire Hunter to bring the art of the movie to fans, and brought superstar artist Mike DeBalfo to one of their biggest books, Soulfire. Now, Aspen gets ready to roll out it’s newest series, Executive Assistant: Assassins! Here’s a sneak peek at the first issue.

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: ASSASSINS #1

Writer: Vince Hernandez ­/ Artist: Jordan Gunderson / Colorist: Teo Gonzalez

Aspen¹s first-ever ongoing series begins right here!

 

They are raised and trained to protect and serve their masters with discipline, loyalty and often violence if necessary‹they are the Executive Assistants. Yet, what tales of corruption and depravity, aggression and fatal destinies await them on each of their collective paths? Find out in this fresh jumping-on point showcasing new and deadly Executive Assistants each and every month! Kicking off this exciting debut release is the beginning of a three-part story, ³Life After Death², featuring the popular Executive Assistant, Lily, and her attempts to piece together a life after losing her master along with her allies. She will learn the price of freedom is often as costly‹and fatal‹as a life of servitude! EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT:

ASSASSINS starts now!!!

 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT: ASSASSINS #1 is in stores July 5th, 2012!

Here are the four different covers

 

cover a

 

cover b

 

cover c

 

cover d

 

And the preview of the issue…

 

page one

 

page 2

 

page 3

 

page 4

 

page 5

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Jenna D. is an avid fan of graphic novels and Batman. When she's not writing, singing, reading or getting educated you can find her on twitter or facebook.

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