Emily Executioner – Book Launch and Appearance

I stopped by Bridge City Comics for the book launch. Fun time had by all!

This dummy was shamelessly hawking my book. Putting a gun to his head had him speechless.

This guy Travis was pretty cool, but he’s never done a throat rip.

This couple has good taste… but they don’t know anything about guerrilla warfare.

This guy kept asking to play with my gun… Almost shot him.

It was fun, but extremist gangs don’t kill themselves… I had to move along.

Cosplay credit: Casper Gillev

If you wanna read the book, but aren’t close to Bridge City, visit ComixCentral to get your digital version.

Happy hunting!

-Emily

Who is Emily Executioner? -The choice between who we are supposed to be and who we want to be.

Emily Executioner is a 28 page comic book about a young woman who struggles to understand the ethical decisions she faces in a war-torn region.

Who is Emily Executioner?

Emily is an orphan adopted (recruited) by foreign military contractors.  Raised to be the squad’s best assassin, she has been killing her way to the top of the Eagle State Contractor ranks.

 The choice between who we are supposed to be and who we want to be.

Emily’s most recent target is one she cannot kill, because of this, she is forced to reflect on why.

emily executioner art

Are moral stances a choice, or are we products of our environment?

Emily Executioner will be up on Kickstarter soon, please follow her on Facebook.

Lil’Emily Executioner – Cuteness Kills The Uncaring Rebels

Check out this great character design Dre did of lil’Emily Executioner!

If you would like to see more of his art, or hire this man for a commission, visit his DeviantArt page.

We are toying with the idea of doing a little comic strip with her.  I’ll post an update if we can get this to happen.

I’m still finding new things I didn’t know about the Kickstarter/self-publishing process everyday.  The latest update is registering for an ISBN.  While I am learning a lot, there is the feeling of one step forward and two steps back in the process.  I wish I could magically get this book out right now, but it wouldn’t be done right.

“My dear friend, clear your mind of can’t” -Samuel Jackson