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Suicide Girls is a limited sci-fi/action comic book series inspired by the SuicideGirls brand. Plot by Steve Niles, Missy Suicide and Brea Grant. Script by Brea Grant and Zane Grant. Art by David Hahn, Cameron Stewart and Andy Belanger. Featuring cover art by Cameron Stewart. Published in single magazine format by IDW Publishing as Suicide Girls #1-4 (2011) and collected in trade paperback as Suicide Girls Vol. 1 (2011). Extras include a trio of short stories detailing the secret history of the Suicide Girls, portraits by Cameron Stewart (including a cover gallery and paintings of Suicide Girls), and a Suicide Girls photo gallery.

Sexy, subversive, and seriously badass, the Suicide Girls bring their unique brand to comics! Caught in a near-future defined by its rigid conformity and persecution of women, the Suicide Girls are the last hope for freedom. Can they take down the techno-religious cult, Way*of*Life, or will they die trying?

Girls, guns or zombies? Suicide Girls, guns and cyborgs!

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Suicide Girls first appeared in comic books in Hack/Slash Annual #1. Written by Tim Seeley. Art by Tim Seeley. Originally published by Devil’s Due Publishing in 2008. Collected in Hack/Slash, Volume 5: Reanimation Games (2009).

When a heartbroken killer gets a new lease on life from a freak electric chair accident, a Suicide Girl becomes his next target. When Cassie and Vlad come to the aid of the girls from SuicideGirls.com, things get deadly – and extremely sexy as Cassie agrees to pose for her own photo set if that’s what it takes to stop this slasher!

Girls, guns or zombies? Cassie Hack, Suicide Girls, guns and slashers!

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Cover art by Time Seeley (A,C,D), Emily Stone (B), and Rion Vernon (E).

My thoughts… Suicide Girls is a surprisingly good comic book! Fantastic artwork, cool characters, funny lines, and a twisty story filled with explosive action! Oh yeah, and there’s nudity! “Why does this always happen when we’re getting undressed?” tech whiz Porter wonders after Way*of*Life cyborgs infiltrate the Suicide Girls’ secret headquarters! Great stuff!

Read my original post on MHE (here).

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