Source: Press Release
Zenescope Entertainment is famous for making comics with J. Scott Campbell covers featuring giant-boobed fairy tale characters in their underwear, a fact we've made fun of in the past, but it seems the publisher is looking to step up their game with a new comic called Tyler Kirkham: Screwed, in which the creator will presumably be banged on-panel by a bunch of scantily-clad fairy tale characters.
"I'm realy looking forward to drawing Tyler in a thong," said Campbell lecherously. "Mmmmm."
It's unknown whether the comic will be packaged in a brown paper bag, or whether... wait, hold on... what's that? Not a porn? Oh, with an apostrophe! Right. Got it.
Readers, I'm so sorry. My editors have just informed me that the book is not called Tyler Kirkham: Screwed, but, rather, Tyler Kirkham's Screwed. You see, it's a creator owned book by Tyler Kirkham, which makes a lot more sense, now that we think about it. Here's how Zenescope describes it:
Screwed follows a young woman who awakens in a hospital covered in scars as if she had been taken apart and put back together again; her mind as fragmented as her body. As she tries to piece together what’s happened to her, she will find many enemies are after her but she’ll also find a valuable ally in FBI Agent Erin Scott.
"I'm really looking forward to drawing FBI Agent Erin Scott in a thong," said Campbell lecherously. "Mmmmm."
God dammit, Zenescope.
Screwed is in stores June 12. Look on the top shelf, behind the counter.
- Words: Tyler Kirkham, Keith Thomas
- Art: David Miller
- Covers: Tyler Kirkham, David Miller
- Colors: Oracle
- Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment
- Price: $2.99
- Release Date: June 12, 2013
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