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Comic Book Divas is a comic publishing company founded and run by comic enthusiast Jeff Hughes. To help promote Comic Book Divas’ upcoming publication Squirrel, a sneak peek of the special issue has been released.

Squirrel is a parody of Hitchcock’s classic horror tale The Birds starring everyone’s favorite rodents as the bad guys. The comic stars PJ Soles, Rhonda Shear, Lily Cardone, Anjanette Clewis, Sara Barrett, Amanda Dyar, and Kristen Hall and features art by Richard Zerga and Kristi Elizabeth Zerga. The full version of the comic will be released in September 2012 and will be purchasable through the Comic Book Divas website. Read on for more details!

About Comic Book Divas
Comic Book Divas is a small press comic book publishing company that works with women from around the entertainment industry such as models, actresses, and horror film scream queens from around the country and features them in the pages of our comics.

By placing the women into our comic books, it brings an added element of realism to the comic book story, this in turn offers a unique reading experience for the comic book reader because they are reading a story that features the likeness of a real person this allows the reader to become more involved in the story and care about the characters.

Comic Book Divas was started in 2010 by Jeff Hughes who was in the comic book industry as a comic book dealer for over twenty years where he bought other publishers titles until one day he decided to start a small independent publishing business himself that would publish comic books and web comics that not only feature some of the most talented and beautiful women in the country to bring that unique comic book experience; but also wanted to bring his own unique outlook and twist o comic books that range from super-hero to horror genres.
Comic Book Divas strives to bring not only inventive comic book stories but also some of the best comic book artwork to help bring the comic to life; this is done by the talented artist of Scattered Comics Studios owned and operated by Jason Dube; Comic Book Divas works exclusively with Scattered Comics Studios because it offers some of the best young talent in the country.

Comic Book Divas is also interested in working with other publishers, artists, movie directors, and anyone wanting to work with us in making their comic a reality; we offer a partnership program; we assist in artwork, story development, and printing as well as assistance in promotion of the comic book; by doing so we not only help the individual with the creation of the comic book but also allows Comic Book Divas the opportunity to expand the variety of titles to comic book fan.

For more information on Squirrel, check out the official Comic Book Divas website.

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