Written by George Lennox - Artist/Colours/Lettering by Russell Mark Olson - Edited by Eli Winter
Winner of 2019 Edinburgh Yancy Street Comic Awards Best UK Artist: Russell Mark Olson (Lady Hollywood 1)
Lady Hollywood is the tale of one woman's fight to survive the tough realm of gangsters, corruption and the seedy world of Los Angeles. Set in modern-day LA, private detective, Kate Holloway, runs a Hollywood Detective Agency with her business partner, tough Vietnam veteran, Randy Whalen Jr. and is mixed up in the honey trap side of the business Whalen is introduced to a big pay day - only it comes with a lot of heat. 'Big time pictures' movie producer, Max Schlesinger, has a wife who has had enough of his seedy little life and is now looking for her own pay day. Mrs. Schlesinger seeks the help of Kate and Whalen to provide evidence she needs to unlock a prenup money box which contains a few million dollars. Unknown to Kate and Whalen, Max has already got himself into some major gambling debits with Las Vegas' notorious Mob Boss, Sonny G. Although, everything is not what it seems - a mysterious new player has came into LA. He has his own agenda and his own sinister intentions marked out for Kate, specifically.
"Lady Hollywood takes an unflinching dive into the seedy underbelly of Tinseltown, bringing as much glamour, sleaze, mystery and violence as anything the Dream Factory could invent." - Starburst Magazine
"Cult Empire Comics steps away from horror to bring us a new tale of Private Dicks, Gangsters & Assassins in a comic that oozes mainstream style with an adrenaline-filled indie heart - just stunning!" - Comics Anonymous
"Together, George Lennox and Russell Mark Olson deliver a cracking, modern film noir-styled yarn with some elegant twists in the opening shot of 'Lady Hollywood', bringing us a tale that will resonate with fans of both 'Chinatown' and 'Love and Rockets'... I can't wait to see what's next for this new private investigator. Well-paced, with art that's on the money for this Tinsel Town set thriller." - Down the Tubes
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