LaMorte Sisters' Vampire Orphanage Comes to DC

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Just in time for Halloween, LaMorte Sisters [http://www.lamartesisters.com] premiers on ZUDAcomics.com; DC Comics' digital imprint.

The newest on-going strip at ZUDA follows Maddie, a new student LaMorte Home for Lost Girls. The orphanage is run by a strict order of Catholic Nuns. They offer sanctuary and salvation to young women afflicted with vampirism.

Creators Tony Trov and Johnny Zito are best known for their epic, zombie comic; The Black Cherry Bombshells.  "LaMorte Sisters is a much more personal story for us.  It's about South Philly, frienemies and growing up fast." says Johnny Zito.

Picking up art chores on LaMorte Sisters is Christine Larsen, Teddy Scares alumni [APE Entertainment] and professor of sequential art.  "Christine is amazing.  She draws the creepiest vampires and the cutest, black cats.  There's a cinematic flow to her story telling that captures you." boasts Tony Trov.

LaMorte Sisters joins other "Instant Win" titles at ZUDAcomics.com, including Jeremy Love’s Bayou, Kevin Colden’s I Rule The Night and Andy Belanger Bottle of Awesome.

LaMorte Sisters debuts Friday, October 16th at 10:30 am on Zuda Comics [www.LaMorteSisters.com].

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