David Doub’s Dusk

David Doub’s Dusk Available Now

After spending the last half hour wracking my brain for an original vampire pun for the above title, I’ve given up, gone all conventional and opted for the whole brevity thing. Quite pathetic, really. Sorry.

David Doub’s Dusk

David Doub’s Dusk

Anyway, my prodigious powers of prognostication have alerted me to a new vampire series from Texan writer David Doub, entitled Dusk.

Description:
“As a battered wife, Eve’s only concern was to keep her marriage together. But when she is kidnapped into the sordid supernatural world of vampires and foul magic, Eve finds she doesn’t want to leave. Her mysterious benefactor, the Vampire Lord Ash, wish her to have a normal life but Eve chooses to stay in the service of Ash.

“Dusk is the stories about Eve and her challenges living in the darkness. Dusk is a supernatural action/drama story done in a dynamic blending of the sequential art styles of American Comics and Japanese Manga. Several artists help tell these stark noir tales of Vampires and Unrequited Love.”

Visit David Doub’s ComicSpace page for more information, as well as the first chapter of the book and some pretty impressive art. Doub is currently working on a second volume with artist Jolene Houser.

Dusk retails at just $10 and can be found here. 100 pages, B&W Interior Art. Published by Ambrosia Publishing.

Carl Doherty has written about movies, video games, comic books and literature for almost a decade, forging ill-informed critiques for numerous websites, blogs and publications that no one has ever heard of. His debut novel, the epic fantasy comedy Welcome to The Fold, is available now on Kindle here (UK) and here (US).

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