Call Girl Comic Cover



Attendees of last year's Frightfest in London will be familiar with Jill Sixx Gevargizian's short film, Call Girl, starring Tristan Risk (American Mary) and Laurence R. Harvey (Human Centipede 2 & 3). Today marks a(nother) globe-trotting journey for the film as its comic book adaptation by Japanese artist Daiju Kurabayashi is released free of charge to a global audience. Available in both English and Japanese versions, the comic is a joint venture between artist Kurabayashi and editor/art director/translator Hiro Fujii of the Japanese horror website HorrorShox.

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Kurabayashi says of the project, "I wish to thank Jill for giving me such a great opportunity to work on this comic adaption. I was overjoyed to be asked to do it and the kind generosity she has afforded me has been incredible. The only guidance she gave me when starting was "Enjoy yourself!" and I can assure you that's exactly what I did! I was able to freely draw my favorite characters the way I love to, and even expanded the original film's story by implementing my own ideas based on the original script to create this piece of fanfiction. It was a wonderful experience. I can't thank Jill enough. I'm truly honored to have worked on this project."

You can download a free copy of the comic book in PDF format from the official website:

And if you haven't yet seen Call Girl, check it out below:


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Links: Call Girl Comic Website | Horrorshox Website | HorrorShox Twitter





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