Creepy Scarlett

Creepy Scarlett is an eight-issue comic book series written and self-published by Graeme Buchan. [1] [2] The unusual art style variations, give the comic to an almost college flair, while simultaneously remaining consistent with the story arc. It was released through Indie Comics, for its first record of public distribution. [3]

Scarlett, who lives in a graveyard and seeks revenge on those who have wronged her. [4]

Creepy Scarlett features contributions from a number of artists Including Felipe Sanhueza Marambio, Jessica M. Jimerson , [5] JC Grande Ozzy Longoria, [6] Keith Perkins, Nadica Boskovska and others. [7] Which add to the comic series, art style variation, from chapter to chapter, showing atmosphere changes along with the plot. Graeme Buchan, writer and creator, and colorist / letterer, Jessica Jimerson, are working on the project.

Plot

The story revolves to “creepy girl” named Scarlett, who lives in a graveyard just beyond a small town. Scarlett lives there alone with her only companion Ted, who she talks to frequently. [8] In the first issue it is reviled that the towns people have wronged her, along with a shady organization called “The Order of the Red Sun”. [9] Scarlett battles a variety of nemeses and later reveals she will have revenge, on everyone involved in her mysterious tragedy. [10] However, the seemingly immortal girl becomes nothing more than a fairytale to those without any direct history with her. [1]

“In volume # 1 Scarlett faces serial killer Pumpkinface and the return of her nemesis Vincent Priest, head of the Red Sun Corporation.We were head back to 1968 as Scarlett unwittingly unleashes a horde of zombies the townsfolk. ” [11]

List of characters

  • Creepy Scarlett

The main protagonist of the comic series. A misfit and an unusual girl who is committed to the towns strict codes and rules. When she mysteriously disappeared nobody showed much concern. However, when she returned to everyone feared her and rightly so. [12]

  • Mr. Ted

Scarlett’s only companion, a strange looking teddy bear that listens to her every word. Mr. Ted has been kidnapped and recovered. Scarlett has rescued him. Mr. Ted [13] is also missing an eye.

  • Pumpkinface

A serial killer awaiting execution, Jack was hired by Vincent Priest to capture Scarlett. After years of failure and losses to Scarlett nobody is sure if “Jack” is still the same man, a cybernetic organism or even a clone. [4]

  • Vincent Priest

Scarlett’s nemesis and CEO of the Red Sun Corporation. His journey to gain a life in Scarlett. His experiments lead to Scarlett ‘s death and her subsequent revenge filled return.

  • Lisa Bliss

Lisa thought the stories of Scarlett were just a myth until she crossed paths with Pumpkinface and Scarlett. She is also about to get to know Scarlett and her becoming a target [12]

  • Nadia

Assistant and assassin. She makes coffee and kills people for Vincent Priest.

  • Trixie Treat

Trixie’s demeanor is misleading on the freak show with an iron fist … an oversized toy hammer. She enjoys playing pranks and occasional torture. [14]

Editions

  • Creepy Scarlett Scarlett vs. Zombies Volume # 1 (Indy Planet, 2012) [9] [15]
  • Creepy Scarlett The Emerald of Lucifer # 1 (Indy Planet, 2012) [9] [16] [17] [17]
  • Creepy Scarlett As White As Snow pt1 # 2 (Indy Planet, 2012) [9] [16] [18] [19]
  • Creepy Scarlett As Snow As White pt2 # 3 (Indy Planet, 2013) [19] [20]
  • Creepy Scarlett Book One (Indy Planet, 2013) [21] [19]

External links

  • Official page on IMBD.com
  • Creepy Scarlett Feature on Comic Book Trailers
  • Creepy Scarlett official website

Reviews

  • Pop Culture Bandit Review: Creepy Scarlet # 1
  • Pullbox Review: Creepy Scarlett Book 1
  • Creepy Scarlett Review in OmnicComic by Jonathan Pilley
  • Creepy Scarlett Review Fan Boy Buzz by Tali Adina
  • Scarlett issue # 2 in Fan Boy Buzz by Tali Adina
  • Creepy Scarlett Review in Fan Boy Comics by Kristine Chester
  • Creepy Scarlet # 1 in Talking Comic Books Talisha Harrison
  • Comic Recommendation: Creepy Scarlett Book 1

References

  1. ^ Jump up to:b “Creepy Scarlett # 1” . Comic Book Trailers . Retrieved 17 July2012 .
  2. Jump up^ “Creepy Scarlett One Hell of Bonnie Book” . Comic Book and Movie Reviews . Retrieved 9 September 2012 .
  3. Jump up^ “Interview with Creepy Scarlett Creator Graeme Buchan” . The Electective. Archived from the original on May 30, 2012 . Retrieved 18 July 2012 .
  4. ^ Jump up to:b Buchan, Graeme. “Creepy Scarlett” . Retrieved 16 August 2012 .
  5. Jump up^ “Jessica Jimerson: Personal Details” . IMBD.com . Retrieved 17 July2012 .
  6. Jump up^ Longoria, Ozzy. “CASA OF OZZY” . Retrieved 17 July 2012 .
  7. Jump up^ Creepy Scarlett (issue # 1) . Indy Planet. 2012. p. 25. 10526_76108_01.
  8. Jump up^ Adina, Tali. “CreepyScarlet Volume 1” . Fan Boy Buzz . Retrieved 12 August 2012 .
  9. ^ Jump up to:d “Creepy Scarlett” . Drive Thru Stuff . Retrieved 22 July 2012 .
  10. Jump up^ “Creepy Scarlett Volume # 1” . Indy Planet . Retrieved 15 August2012 .
  11. Jump up^ “Creepy Scarlett volume one” . Retrieved 22 July 2012 .
  12. ^ Jump up to:b Buchan, Graeme (2012). Creepy Scarlett (Volume # 1) . Indy Planet. p. 44. 10526_82556_01.
  13. Jump up^ Chester, Kristine. “Creepy Scarlett Volume 1” . Fan Boy Comics . Retrieved 8 September 2012 .
  14. Jump up^ Buchan, Graeme. “Creepy Scarlett: Character List” . Graeme Buchan. Retrieved 18 July 2012 .
  15. Jump up^ “Creepy Scarlet Volume 1” . Fanboy Buzz. 2012. p. 1 . Retrieved 5 May 2013 .
  16. ^ Jump up to:b “Creepy Scarlett” . Last Sunset Films. 2013. p. 1 . Retrieved 5 May2013 .
  17. ^ Jump up to:b “Indie Review Creepy Scarlett and the Emerald of Lucifer” . Setcelebs. 2013. p. 1 . Retrieved 5 May 2013 .
  18. Jump up^ “Creepy Scarlet # 2” . Fanboy Buzz. 2012. p. 1 . Retrieved 5 May2013 .
  19. ^ Jump up to:c “Pullbox Review: Creepy Scarlett Book 1” . 2012. p. 1 . Retrieved 8 July 2013 .
  20. Jump up^ ” ‘ Creepy Scarlett: As White Snow As – Part One’ (Sugar-Filled Backstory) – Comic Book Review” . 2012. p. 1 . Retrieved 8 July 2013 .
  21. Jump up^ “Creepy Scarlet Book One” . 2012. p. 1 . Retrieved 8 July 2013 .

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