Published on July 25th, 2013 | by Richard Boom
Zenescope to Publish Jeff Kaufman’s Angel Falling
Zenescope Entertainment will be publishing a new graphic novel from writer Jeff Kaufman (Terminal Alice, Whore), entitled Angel Falling. The title is scheduled to be released in September and will feature interior artwork by penciller Kevin West, colorist Tom Chu, and inker Mark McKenna.
Angel Falling is a hundred page graphic novel about Angel, a women who wakes up on top of dumpster half naked with no memory of who she is. It doesn’t take long to figure out that Angel is one of the most deadly people on the planet. She’s being watched over by Connor Jacobs, a seventeen year old autistic kid with physical photo memory who knows where they both come from, but doesn’t want to go back. The story will spin you round and round as these two characters are hunted and forced to confront their past.
Kevin Poling, from ComicWow! had this to say about Angel Falling:
“Angel Falling is a fast-paced, action-packed, thrill ride from the one and only Jeff Kaufman. From the first page to the last, this graphic novel will fully immerse you in the world that Angel inhabits. Once linked with Conner, a child with autism, and a photographic physical memory, there is only one thing a reader need do and that is hold on tight for the ride of a lifetime.”
Angel Falling is available for pre-order through Diamond’s July edition of PREVIEWS Use order code: JUL131419. For more information on Angel Falling, visit http://bigcitycomics.com/ or follow their updates on Facebook and Twitter.
Jeffrey Kaufman is a writer and founder of Big City Comics Studios and Resurrection Studios. In addition, Kaufman is a nationally recognized legal expert and defense attorney, currently licensed in 18 states, and has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, FOX News and truTV’s Disorder in the Court: The 20 Most Outrageous Courtroom Moments. As a writer, Kaufman’s credits include the graphic novel, Angel Falling, Whore and Terminal Alice (published through Zenescope Entertainment) as well as “The Con” a Big City Comics exclusive, and 34 single issue books including Tempest, Totem, Dragon Cross, Omega One and Image’s Ant.