Harpyra, the comic I drew and helped write, has been printed and is now available. Anyone interested in obtaining a copy note me here at DA- the price is $5 plus shipping. I may offer an original sketch with it for an additional fee to the first 20 buyers
here's part of a press release from Heroic Publishing :
In the pages of Heroic Spotlight #13, there are two special treats in store for fans of Heroic Publishing's universe of heroic costumed adventurers.
First, secrets of the demonic HARPYRA are revealed in a twenty-page origin story by her creator, writer/artist PAUL ABRAMS, with help from co-writer and inker GARRY BARNES.
The demonic HARPYRA first appeared in the fifth and sixth issues of THE TIGRESS, as an antagonist for Heroic's savage cat goddess. Most recently, she reappeared in CHAMPIONS #57 and #59. In Heroic Spotlight #13, in her very first solo-starring adventure, the secrets of her origin are at last revealed.As we learn in Heroic Spotlight #13, Harpyra is in fact an exiled princess of Hell. As explained in Paul Abrams's origin story, Harpryra was summoned to the mortal realm by the Tigress's arch-enemy, the sinister SERRPENT, ostensibly to assist him in his grand plan to enhance the power of Death. By the Serpent's design, Harpyra inhabits the body of a beautiful young woman named Diana, an investigative reporter who died during the course of a battle between the Serpent and the Tigress, and was raised from the dead by the Serpent specifically to serve as Harpyra's host.But even though Harpyra is bound by the magic that summoned her to serve the will of the Serpent, she still has her own agenda. She considers the mortal realm ripe for the taking, and fully intends to find a way to accomplish that for herself. This puts Harpyra at odds with the mysterious DEMONA, the hellspawned princess who arranged for Harpyra's exile in the first place, an evil creature who has her own designs on the mortal realm. Although Demona is as yet unable to bypass dimensional barriers and come to the mortal realm herself, she has her own agents to call on, agents such as the minotaur named CALIBAN. Also, as a special bonus, Heroic Spotlight contains two beautiful pin-up pages by Paul Abrams, featuring full-color paintings of both Harpyra and Demona.
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