Zenescope to Publish Jeffrey Kaufman’s Whore

The comic with a title that makes it a bit hard to market, Whore has found a publisher in Zenescope Entertainment. Written by Jeffrey Kaufman, drawn by Marco Turini and colored by James Brown, the novel answers the question, what if James Bond had no morals and would work for anyone who could pay him? The graphic novel hits shelves in September.

After getting downsized from the CIA, Jacob Mars will take any job he can to pay his debts and alimony. He isn’t a bad guy by nature, but out of necessity. He has to live a life where things don’t matter, as long as he gets paid. His motto, simply stated: “Every man has his price.”

Whore is a 112-page full-color paperback, will be on sale in stores early September 2012 for $9.99 and is available to order in the July 2012 edition of Diamond Previews (JUL121329, ISBN: 978-1-937068-62-2). For more information, you can visit www.bigcitycomics.com and www.facebook.com/BigCityComics.

The comic made it’s debut at San Diego Comic-Con 2012 and I had a chance to sit down to read it, so expect a review within a week, but my early review is it’s an entertaining read.