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A lot of rockers had to fight their demons.  Some even used swords!  A young schoolgirl uncovers the secret history of Janis Joplin—a history filled with music, peace, love, and blood-thirsty monsters!

 

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Jeremy Whitely and Andrew Jerz show you that a woman can be tough in more ways than one in “Janis: Demon Slayer.”

 

 

Jeremy Whitley is a writer living in Raleigh, NC. His first comic was the self-published “The Order of Dagonet” with artist/collaborator Jason Strutz. Jeremy is also the creator and writer of the Eisner-niminated comic series Princeless from Action Lab Entertainment. He is currently working on a number of creator owned properties as well as his debut in non-comics fiction. You can follow him on Twitter @jrome58.

 

One Boston-area art critic once wrote of Andrew Jerz, “One man may sweeten a whole town.  I never pass through Allston, Massachusetts without thinking of Andrew Jerz.  His art is the quince in the drawer, and perfumes the atmosphere.’  Quite famously, after this quote was published in the Boston Herald, an angry East Boston Citizen responded in a letter to the editor of the Herald, “‘Andrew Jerz’s art is the quince in the drawer?'”  You couldn’t pry that phrase from a Boston Man if you had the ‘tire of creation straightened out for a crowbar!”  Thusly, it is widely believed that “Art” in Boston is dead, and Andrew Jerz killed it.

 

Mark Mullaney is an Emmy-nominated animator and artist from Boston, Massachusetts.  See more of his work at landofthedisinterested.tumblr.com

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For The 27 Club: A Comic Anthology, a rocking crew of fifty-four comic artists and writers were challenged to take their favorite song or member of the 27 Club and use their music as inspiration for new and original comic stories and vignettes. This collection is a rocking tribute to a select few of these lost stars and their shining, tragic legacy. Stories are rolling out right now on Patreon! Get them delivered directly to you when you subscribe!
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