RICH REVIEWS: Die Kitty Die: Hollywood or Bust # 1

Title: Die Kitty Die: Hollywood or Bust # 1
Publisher: Chapter House Comics
Story & Art: Dan Parent & Fernando Ruiz
Inks: Rich Koslowski
Colors: Glenn Whitmore
Letters: Janice Chiang
Additional Art: J. Bone & Gisele Lagace
Cover: Dan Parent
Variant Cover: Fernando Ruiz
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “It’s Showtime!” Here we get a look at Kitty’s childhood. Her adopted aunt and uncle thought they could use and control her. How wrong they were. Kitty is shown with a vicious streak. The art is cute showing off this little version of Kitty.
“Hot off the Presses!” Here we are in the present and Kitty’s comic is selling well. The way she is shown using her magic adds a nice light touch of humor to the story. Kitty is drawn cute too.
The pool party pin-up pages have a retro look with a sexuality to them that looks amazing.
“A Hop, Skip, and Jump!” Getting financing for the Kitty movie is not an easy thing. Kitty is being cautious about it. Here her lovely rack is illustrated to make sure you notice it.
“To Live and Fry in L.A.!” The Hexecutioner attacks Kitty. He is a big frightening killer of magical beings like witches. He knows what he is doing. Kitty looks sexy in her pink top and black panties. It’s a combination of scary and lingerie. The action and violence are amped up here.
Dan Parent has lots to offer at He is so talented. , are places to go for free online comics and more.
Gisele Lagace and David Lumsdon have some gorgeous art of two Eerie Cuties. You can see more of it at . Gisele knows how to draw a cute sexy girl and a vampire cutie by her is a beautiful sight. another site with gorgeous artwork. He knows how to draw monsters and babes.
Kitty is a cute witch. This issue introduces us to her and sets things up for the next issues.
Kitty will work her wonderful magic on you.

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