November 29, 2007 12:12am
Comic Creators Re-Imagine Debbie Does Dallas
Source: Arrow Productions
by: Company Press Release
(LONG BEACH, NY) -- Terminal press in association with Arrow Productions will debut, "Debbie Does Dallas," at the 2008 Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada this January. The Limited Edition Comic release will coincide with the 30th Anniversary of the classic adult movie.
In the book, Debbie finds herself stranded and under the threat of nuclear decimation in the days leading up to the apocalypse. As one of very few survivors left, she will battle her way through hordes of the living dead, aided only by an abandoned military exoskeleton and the will to make it out of Dallas, Texas alive.
"The creative team was given the opportunity to actually get creative with this title, which isnít the norm when youíre working on a license" says writer and Terminal press founder Brian Ferrara. "They just let us go crazy and I think that paid off. Itís not what people are going to be expecting"
"When I started talking to Terminal press about licensing our Icons for comic books we agreed to do something completely different and insane. After reading the script and seeing the artwork this book is totally amazing! The only hang up is if we were to ever shoot this project we are looking at over a $100 million dollar budget. However, the coolest thing about comic books is that you can draw anything you could ever imagine." said Arrow's Marketing Director Robert Interlandi.
"Debbie Does Dallas" is illustrated by Russ Manning nominee Rolo Ledesma, written by Brian Ferrara, with Colors by Narek Gevorgian and Color Separation by Joe Frazzetta and Keith McCleary.
This will be the first of Terminal pressís collaborations with Arrow Productions. Future titles will feature reinterpretations of classics like "Deep Throat," "Candy Stripers","Tell Them Johnny Wadd was Here " and several others.
To order or buy the limited edition comic visit the Arrow Productions booth at the 2008 Adult Entertainment Expo or terminalpress.com this January.