Preview: Sweet Lullaby #1 - Comics for Sinners


Published on December 8th, 2016 | by Richard Boom

Preview: Sweet Lullaby #1

Darby Pop Publishing is presenting a new series called Sweet Lullaby, an all-new sexy spy thriller co-created by writer AJ Scherkenbach and artist J. Briscoe Allison.

Prior to the trade paperback (graphic novel) of Sweet Lullaby releasing in March 2017, Darby Pop is releasing individual floppies digitally.

Logline: Sweet Lullaby is a blackly comedic spy-thriller cum dysfunctional-family drama set within modern suburbia. Imagine that the girl-next-door — sweet, friendly, and beautiful – is also a somewhat-sadistic government assassin… trying to lead a “normal” life even while taking lives.

Issue #1 Synopsis: GOOD GIRL GONE BAD – Lullaby is a strong-willed, 2nd generation covert assassin, trained from a very young age by her father, Z. Typically, she adopts a new look and identity for each mission. And upon receiving orders to “terminate,” Lullaby does so with clever — and sadistic — precision. But, Lullaby’s black and white world is about to turn gray. And that means the streets could soon run red.

What’s It Like?
Sweet Lullaby is a spy-thriller caught in the crosshairs of such films as The Professional, The Big Hit, and The Long Kiss Goodnight; and such TV series as Nikita and Alias. Sweet Lullaby is an action/adventure series with covert-but-shocking homicides and dark humor — even as its main character struggles to balance a “normal” life with taking lives.


Purchase via Darby Pop and Comixology.

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About the Author

Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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