Preview – Blue Estate Vol. 1 TPB
Blue Estate Vol. 1 TP
Story by Viktor Kalvachev & Andrew Osborne
Art By Viktor Kalvachev, Toby Cypress, Nathan Fox
Diamond Order Code: JUL110455
On Sale: September 14, 2011
It all starts with a low-rent private eye trying (and failing) to escape the long shadow of his respected cop father. But a chance encounter with a B-list action star on the mean streets of Hollywood drags the wannabe gumshoe into a world of strippers, mobsters…and the wildest (and only!) case of his career! See who lives, who dies, and who gets the Tiger Blood knocked outta them in the first four issues of the fast, funny smash hit new crime series from Image Comics!
About Viktor Kalvachev
With art and design credits ranging from DMZ, The Nocturnals and Penthouse to video games like The Incredibles: Escape from Nomanisan Island, Viktor is also the creative force behind the graphic novel Pherone and the massively multiplayer online virtual world, VIE.
About Andrew Osborne
An Emmy-award winning screenwriter with credits including the Sundance premiere On_Line, his own feature debut Apocalypse Bop and the Discovery Channel game show Cash Cab, Andrew has also written film, comic and interactive scripts for Warner Bros., MTV, HBO, Orion, MPCA, Platinum Studios and enVie Interactive, among others. He enjoys being part of the BLUE ESTATE team, and would like to thank our readers for their fresh, minty breath.
About Toby Cypress
Raised in New Jersey on early morning Thundarr the Barbarian cartoons, and late night Frankenstein movies. Graduated from art school to create and illustrate comics like Rodd Racer, The Tourist, Kursk and Batman/Nightwing “Bloodborne”. Got married for a year before his wife got bored, now single again to create comics in peace.
About Nathan Fox
An early addiction to cartoons, commercials and video games led Nathan to work as an artist on projects including Dogs of War, the story Fluorescent Black for Heavy Metal, Zodiac (Marvel), Pigeons from Hell (Dark Horse), DMZ (Vertigo), Harley Quinn (DC), and will soon be the regular artist for Todd McFarlane’s HAUNT series. He’s also worked as an illustrator for Wired, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine and ESPN Magazine, among others.