via MTV News
As fans of Richelle Mead’s “Vampire Academy” series count down the weeks until the August 23 release of spin-off novel “Bloodlines,” we’ve had plenty of other Richelle goodies to tide us over.
In addition to her wildly popular stories of vampire royalty and bodyguards-in-training, she’s written two series for adults: the “Succubus” books about a very reluctant employee of hell who would rather be a regular girl managing a bookstore; and her “Dark Swan” novels, about freelance shaman Eugenie Markham, whose job banishing demons and spirits from our world leads her to a dark secret about her own relationship with the fairy world. The first “Dark Swan” book, “Storm Born” is being adapted into comic book form, and right after the release of the first issue last week, she got on the phone to chat with Hollywood Crush.
“Before they even started scripting and drawing for the whole story, they were sending preliminary sketches, asking, ‘Does this look right for the character?'” Richelle said of the collaboration for Sea Lion Books. “So we were able to make sure they came out as close as possible from my head, which isn’t ever entirely possible.”
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Have you read issue 1? What do you think of the images?