Monday, April 20, 2009


David Doub is a Texas-based comics writer whose fandom dates back to the 1980s. Widowed and dissatisfied with his career, Doub decided to focus his attention on finally getting the adventures of his heroine, Eve, into print. After two publishers folded on him and he lost his first artist, Doub decided to invest his efforts to a Print On Demand service. Thanks to this method, his 104 page graphic novel, Dusk, is available through Amazon and other book sellers.

You can read the first 32 pages for free online here, and read more about the journey to publication in an interview with Jennifer M. Contino at

As a battered wife, Eve's only concern was to keep her marriage together. But when she is kidnapped into the sordid supernatural world of vampires and foul magic, Eve finds she doesn't want to leave. Her mysterious benefactor, the Vampire Lord Ash, wish her to have a normal life but Eve chooses to stay in the service of Ash. Dusk is the stories about Eve and her challenges living in the darkness. Dusk is a supernatural action/drama story done in a dynamic blending of the sequential art styles of American Comics and Japanese Manga. Several artists help tell these stark noir tales of Vampires and Unrequited Love.
100 Pages
$10 Retail
B&W Interior Art

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