As a journalist, when you are going into an interview you usually have the same sort of concerns, worries, and jitters that anyone would (Yes, even your fearless Graphic Content Editor In Chief). Normally, they are never of any true relevancy, and in the end the paranoia of a journalist is his greatest foe. However, rarely do you get to sit down and do an interview when you know that it will go smoothly, and be a great read. Luckily, that is the case with the fantastic Brea Grant (“HEROES”, “HALLOWEEN II”, Writer – “WE WILL BURY YOU”) who is once again stepping into the comic book industry with her newest series based off of the ubber hit, cult phenomena, Suicide Girls.com. The series once again pairs the scribe with publisher IDW, and is a great departure from her last foray into the illustrated realm when she brought us the four part zombie epic, “WE WILL BURY YOU”. Full of beautiful women, violence, explosions, and enough raw sex appeal to solve the national fuel crisis, “SUICIDE GIRLS” has the innate to do what most books of its ilk can’t — succeed. Brea was kind enough to sit down and talk with me once again about the series, working with fellow writers Steve Niles (“30 DAYS OF NIGHT”, “CRIMINAL MACABRE”) and Missy Suicide (President of Suicide Girls), as well as the continuing clash of alternative lifestyles and the general public. Read on for the skinny…
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