In issue 2 the Owlgirls defend themselves as they are confronted by Don Amichee’s thugs, which ends with a trip to the Coney Island boardwalk and an afternoon at the beach.
The story continues…
In issue 2 of Owlgirls Don Amichee's men try to force the girls to visit the Don but things get out of hand and before anyone else gets hurt, the thugs are dispatched. Weary, the girls head to the beach for some relaxation only to return to a determined Don Amichee in person!
NYC, 1945, three mystical private detective sisters, better known as Owlgirls, live in a mortuary in SoHo. Often doing the bidding of Death by tracking down supernatural creatures, they also investigate murders, unsolved cases, and assist in sundry other paranormal activities.
ARTIST: Rachele Aragno is a new comer to the comic field from Orbetello, Italy. Her artwork is as unique as it is lovable. Rachele's love for her work shines through in every panel. Her personal connection to fans makes her feel like a best friend to everyone she meets.
ARTIST/WRITER: Dave Ryan is best known for his Eagle Award nominee comic book series called War of the Independents. He has two other creator owned titles called Penance and Bye BiPolar. He has worked on other comic titles such as Hercules, Judge Dredd, Deathlok and Xenya. He is currently inking Unbearable for Crucial Comics.
LETTERER: Wilson Ramos Jr. is a Comic Book Artist who's worked on such titles as Wolverine, Thor, Deadpool and Spider-Woman to name a few. He has just started to work for DC Comics’ Manga section called CMX. His work experience includes 10 years at Marvel Comics and he was nominated for Squiddie award for coloring.
COVER COLORIST: Hector Rubilar is a colorist who has worked for Arcana Comics, Zenescope as well as for artists like Neal Adams, Rob Liefeld, Todd Nauck and Nuno Teixeira.
The exclusive Owlgirls RING!
The Owlgirls logo PENDANTS!!
And finally the Owlgirls CLUTCH!!!
And now from the drawing board of Rachele is a little sneak peek at some pages from issue 2.
Risks and challenges
This project is to raise additional funds for issue 2. As most of you know, it costs a lot to put out a quality book. All the backed money from the first Kickstarter was used on issue 1 alone. This will allow me to continue the project with the same quality.
The book is 80% finished with graphics and lettering to follow. We would love to see it finished and in your hands as soon as possible. The first Owlgirls Kickstarter started our dream. Please help it continue!
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