Media Release — New up-and-coming writer Sam Johnson (Geek-Girl, Gold Town) and artist Bruno Letizia (CLiNT Mag, Interferenza) introduce us to a bizarre new world of horror!
“Cabra Cini is a character close to my heart, whom I have big plans for,” says Sam. “There’s a one-shot already in the can, illustrated by Fernando Melek & Gaston Zubeldia, but this story–‘Voodoo Trespass’–is where Cabra makes her debut–and we’re thrown headlong into her twisted world.”
A world where Cabra, an ex-crack whore, has cleaned up her act and, for horrific reasons–revealed in Digital Visions #4–become a hitwoman. “But not just any hitwoman,” Sam adds; “Voodoo is a weapon Cabra employs–along with her array of blades and guns–and she’s developed her own bastardized version of the art: which she uses to dramatic effect in carrying out her hits.
“One of the ways she uses it is to access a dimension known as ‘The Infinity’– Limbo’s ‘crazy cousin–locked away in the attic’–which can serve as a dimensional gateway between where you are and wherever you want to go. Though, with what the ruler of The Infinity throws at its trespassers, the journey can come at a monstrously high cost, as Cabra–hired by bereaved parents to take out the guy who killed their daughter,’playing vampire’–is about to learn…”
Digital Visions #4 also features:
Deity: The Darkness and the Light #0 by Karl Altstaetter & Robert Napton. An interdimensional war wages for the very fate of reality. Our only hope? A sixteen-year-old Earth girl. Can she survive the dangers of 2027 Los Angeles and avoid vicious aliens long enough to fulfill her destiny? Picking up where the first Deity series left off, this ‘jump-on’ story will introduce newcomers to both old evils and brand new ones!
Gangland Avalon by A. David Lewis, Michael Angelo Lee & Chuck Bordell. Sit in on a tense meeting with the Cavalieres and the Moores as they discuss control of the town. And this is a mob meeting with a difference, as both families aren’t just packing guns, they’re wielding magic!
Digital Visions #4. 30 pages. Suggested for Mature Readers. Available to download FREE at http://samjohnson-comics.blogspot.com/