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    « DigBoston and LeaguePodcast Comic Book Picks of the Week for September 26, 2012 | Main | DigBoston and LeaguePodcast Comic Book Picks of the Week for September 19, 2012 »
    Wednesday
    Sep192012

    EARTH PRIME TIME: WHORE WITH WRITER JEFFREY KAUFMAN & LETTERER JOHN HUNT

    Whore by Zenescope - Serrano/KaufmanWhore is a new graphic novel from Zenescope Entertainment mixing equal amounts sex, violence, and espionage. What happens when an amoral CIA agent is fired and goes freelance? The answer could be Jacob Mars, a guy that will take any job he can get. In this double-sized interview we talk with writer Jeffrey Kaufman (Big City Comics, Terminal Alice) and in a rare opportunity, we get an exclusive glimpse into the lettering process with LeaguePodcast host and comics professional John Hunt (IDW’s Star Trek, Athena Voltaire).  

    Thanks for talking with us, Jeffrey. We heard you had a big bash last Wednesday to celebrate Whore!
    Jeffrey: Yeah, Aaron, the owner of A Comic Shop, invited me to sign there.  A little pizza, a little cake and an undisclosed amount of alcohol always make for a fun signing.

    What kind of outrageous acts went down at the signing?
    We brought one of the “Whore” cages where the only way you can get a “Whore” t-shirt is to sit in the cages for a certain amount of time.  Like usual, I never know what’s going to happen and as the rule states “whatever happens in the cages winds up on Facebook”.

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