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Horror Author Lia Scott Price Announces New Vampire WebComic Series

Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian Angels. Yes, you heard that right. They are a new kind of vicious, bloody, and psychotic vampire created by Horror Author Lia Scott Price, and they are characters from her Vampire Trilogy Novel “The Guardian, Revenant, and Dominion”.

In 2012, Price is starting her own webcomic series based on this trilogy novel. Artist Andrew Setter, a student working towards his degree in illustration, has been commissioned as the new comic book series’ artist.

As Price’s first official comic book series, her “Serial Killer and Vampire Guardian Angels” will become full-fledged comic book characters in 24-page fully-illustrated comic books . The series will be released online, with each story following the transformation of the characters from helpful Guardian Angel to evil Vampire.

Price has turned this particular trilogy novel into short and feature film versions, and has already published a 320-page illustrated graphic novel with comic book images by different artists which was released in 2011. But the comic book series will be an ongoing project with sequels to follow.

Los Angeles Death Metal Band Enthraller (www.enthraller.net) will also be making a cameo in the comic book series.

For more info on Lia Scott Price and the webcomic series, visit www.liascottprice.com/characters.html

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