Happy Halloween - it's the return of Cabra Cini: Voodoo Junkie Hitwoman
Happy Halloween - it's the return of Cabra Cini: Voodoo Junkie Hitwoman!
At a pivotal moment in her life, former crack-whore Cabra Cini found a new addiction--voodoo--and from there she crafted a new vocation--developing her own bastardized version of the dark art to carry out hits!
Introduced in Visionary Comics' Digital Visions, Cabra is back in H!M Comics' IF-X: Halloween--in which a friend's Halloween fancy dress party is meant to be a night off for Ms. Cini--but events prove to be as eventful and bizarre as any of her assignments!
Written by Sam Johnson (Geek-Girl, Gold Town, The Almighties) and illustrated by Dan Lauer (Myth, Slam Dunk Kings, Zombie Highway), Cabra's lead feature in the comic reveals a new side to her. Johnson fills us in, "Anyone familiar with Cabra Cini knows she's a badass; she used to be in the unfortunate position of being her now-ex pimp's abused girlfriend, and having gotten out of that 'hole' and found her vocation in life, she's a much stronger woman--to the point that she's feared by any who know her--but beneath her badass exterior, she is still a human being."
Johnson continues, "No one has been able to get close to Cabra since she became the 'Voodoo Lady'; though she does have physical 'relations' (as a former President might say) with her neighbor Jeff...
"Only, Jeff's fallen for her. He's been wanting to take things to the next level--for them to have a real relationship--he's had this idea in his head for awhile, and after a couple of drinks at the party, Jeff's going to make his move and try and break through the 'wall' Cabra's put up. However--he may not like what he finds on the other side of it."
Suggested for mature readers, Cabra Cini in 'Bad Voodoo' is the lead feature of IF-X: Halloween, Out Now, $2.99, b&w, 32 pages - and available to buy online at www.samjohnson-comics.blogspot.com. The comic also features 'Brody and Lisa', a supernatural romance strip from Kelci Crawford; and 'Recovery Unit', an offbeat vampire tale from Patrick McEvoy & David Beyer, Jr.
And if you didn't catch Cabra's debut, it's up to read for free at the site!
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