WHAT THE FLUX SNAGS A BIG ONE!
The literary legend "Da'kota" property find a new home and makes its new debut on March 24, 2011.
Two shadowed figures stand in the middle of the dried rutted road, ready to draw, as the towns people just watch the clock ready to hit high noon. One figure lights his cigar, the other stands alone, unnerved about what is to take place. The town clock hits, the bells ring, theguns drawn, and one is left standing, as the cigar's light dims away. You'll see only a silhouetted figure placing her smoking gun back in the holster, earning her wage. Welcome to the world of "Da'kota."
She is tough as nails, carries a 1851 Navy Colt strapped on her thigh and then rides a raptor, into the sunset. Her name is "Da'kota", a Amazonian Bounty Hunter of the 23rd century, a new comic book series published by What the Flux Comics, created and drawn by Terry Pavlet, written by Debra Joseph.
She debuted in Summer of 1996 in comic called "Songs of the Sirens" as a filler story. After two issues, fans wrote that they wanted more, where she appeared in her own series and soon rocketed to #35 on Diamond's Top 100 beating out several well-known and established titles. The book then received two awards for best new series and best female character. In the years since, "Da'kota" appeared in one graphic novel and one trade anthology from Canada, both from other publishing companies.
Come and meet this creative team at MegaCon, at the Orange County Convention Center, in Orlando, Florida, on March 25th - 27th, 2011, have them sign your books. You can also order online at http://www.whatthefluxcomics.com/webstore.php.
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