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Preview: Footprints #1

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Footprints #1 is debuting at C2E2 2011, self-published by the creative team of Joey Esposito and Jonathan Moore. They provided BF with a preview.

FOOTPRINTS #1
Written by Joey Esposito
Art by Jonathan Moore
 
When Bigfoot discovers his brother brutally murdered, he assembles his old detection team to unravel a conspiracy that spans decades. FOOTPRINTS is a creator-owned comic about a cast of cryptozoological deviants placed inside a noir setting. It’s a fun trip through a unique modern setting that will appeal to fans of noir, comedy, and huge freaking sharks.

FOOTPRINTS is debuting at C2E2 2011, self-published by the creative team. The series is already getting great buzz from industry folk:

“A fiercely smart and wildly inventive take on the classic noir, FOOTPRINTS is everything you could want in a comic. Part Raymond Chandler, part Weekly World News, and part some brand new twisted voodoo ingredient cooked up by the frighteningly talented Joey Esposito and Jonathan Moore, this book is one of the most enjoyable reads I've come across in a long time!” - Scott Snyder (Detective Comics, American Vampire)

“FOOTPRINTS lead the way to murder and bedlam!  Every clue drags you deeper to a mystery begging to be solved." - Johnny Zito (Black Cherry Bombshells, Lamorte Sisters)

“FOOTPRINTS is an odd and welcome blend of adventure, horror, comedy, and mystery. Hilarious one moment, and sincerely gut wrenching the next, it brings a refreshing voice to comics.  Can't wait for the next issue.” - John Arcudi (B.P.R.D., A God Somewhere)

     
     

     

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