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Got pimp problems?
Then LA Jones is your woman.
She's made a nice little business for herself over the last few years: hunting down pimps. Following the murder of a young woman in Reno, she turns her attention to Luciano "Lucky" Strykes, a low-life pimp hiding out in Hollywood. Lucky is notorious for torturing women who try to flee him, and LA is more than willing to dish out her own brand of justice, making this a match made in vengeance...
Ghezal Omar is a San Francisco based writer who grew up watching big block buster hits. Influenced by powerhouses like Geena Davis and Sigourney Weaver, Ghezal aspires to weave tales that encompass the exhilarating essence of action, suspense, and adventure within the gritty underbellies lurking beneath bustling urban landscapes.
Moreover, as the first Afghan-American graphic novelist, she hopes to inspire others to create and fearlessly share their unique voices with the world.
Ayhan Hayrula is a professional comicbook illustrator and has worked with publishers such as Zenoscope Entertainment, Boom! Studios, Black Mask Studios, and Digital Webbing.
Ayhan contributed as an artist to Andrew Cosby and Michael Alan Nelson's "Swordsmith Assassin" and Tony Patrick's "X'ED". He's proud to be apart of the Bulgarian Artists Union (UBA) and has over ten years of experience as a comicbook author and illustrator.
Phillip Ginn avoids reality by playing pretend with friend's artistry and puts his imaginative adventures down on actual, real paper with atmosphere, allegory, fantasy, and playfulness.
In addition to creating his own art and stories, Phillip has worked with several creators, providing covers, illustrations, typography, and other creative consultations.
Estefania Arteaga is a Mexican Character Designer from Tabasco, México with a graphic design degree from Anahuac University.
Although raised in a conservative family constantly surrounded by the classic Mexican machismo, Estefania focused on playing video games and her powerful mom; who's a full time worker and will forever be a superhero to her and an example on how to face challenges in Mexican modern society as a woman.
Because of her mom, Estefania likes to represent strong female characters in her illustrations to inspire women to feel strong and be their authentic self's.