Alex Priest #3

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In a world where vampires and demon ilk are very, very real, two agencies work to keep the world safe from the forces of darkness. Demon Eradication And Denial (DEAD LLC) is a corporate entity that charges itself with the training and employment of demon slayers – specialists in combating magical beings. Living Corpses that Bite (LC & B) is a tax exempt public entity that relies on time proven traditions to keep humanity safe from vampires. When hunting evil evolved into blue collar work, the evil had to evolve.

Recent evidence suggests vampires have learned to use magic, meaning they’re more than just a nightly threat. For the first time since their inception, DEAD LLC and LC & B will have to join forces. Which means, for the first time since their bitter break up, Alexandra Priest and Janelle Garcia will have to face one another – or risk an apocalypse. No pressure.

What fans have said about Alex Priest:

“…amazing, I really love the art and story…”

“It was a great issue 1, did a lovely job establishing the drama, plot, romantic hook…and more action then I expected…I loved it…Well worth a read.”

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Jenn Arledge is a comic writer and founder of Arledge Comics. Jenn’s credits span from the award winning ALEX PRIEST series to all ages titles like FUTURE GIRL (Pixabits) and historical adventures like BLACK GOLD. They’ve raised over $16K across four successful Kickstarter campaigns in 2017 alone. They graduated from Central Washington University with degrees in English – focusing in British literature – and in philosophy – specializing in religious studies and focusing in pre-Christian literature. Jenn believes that fostering new talent is paramount to the comic industry – their TRIAL RUN anthology aims to provide room for new and developing creators to establish themselves and their styles in a low pressure environment.