The GeeksverseSuicide Girls #1

Suicide Girls #1
Published on Friday, April 22, 2011 by

Suicide Girls #1 is a female G.I Joe style unit, in a dystopian state fighting the powers that be, with a hint of burlesque mixed in just for fun.

This comic opens inside of a prison, not for the traditional criminals, but instead a prison that houses the population. In a not so distant future a corporation-religion has manipulated the laws to take over. Dissidents and free thinkers are taken away.

One of the free thinkers is liberated by tattooed armed rebels. The Suicide Girls seem like an urban myth that bursts through the wall to save her, abduct her, and induct her into the club. The Suicide Girls are a group that is going to change the world.

Tattooed women driving a monster truck for an escape vehicle. Lots of Booms!

The quasi-mythological suicide girl back story is hinted at in this issue. Paintings show Egyptians and early Americans. A back up story takes the suicide girls into the Salem Witch Hunt. The backstory is probably going to be garbled and over played to help pull in the website.

Parents beware, this cartoony artwork is not telling a PG 13 story. Full frontal ninja-ette nudity ends the story but is followed by a nippled pin up gallery. The pin up gallery ties this comic back to the pin up website roots.

This book was plotted by Steve Niles, Missy Suicide, and Brea Grant. The script was put together Brea Grant. The book was penciled by David Hahn with inks by Cameron Stewart and colors by Antonio Fabela.



If you missed this on the comic shop shelf racks, then check out the overview and the preview to tide you over. Then head out and grab you a copy. Discuss on the Pryde Forum.

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