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EXCL: First Look at the Jennifer's Body Graphic Novel
Source:Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor
July 15, 2009

Boom! Studios offered an exclusive first look at the forthcoming tie-in graphic novel they're at work on for the horror film Jennifer's Body. What we have is the first nine pages, illustrated by Jim Mahfood ("Clerks"), as well as two covers: One for the direct market by Eric Jones (which will be available only in comic specialty stores), the other by Cho for the mass market (Barnes & Noble, Border, et al.).

The movie event of the Fall is the comic book event of this Summer! Juno's award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody brings you Jennifer's Body starring Megan Fox as a demonically-possessed cheerleader with a taste for killing teenage boys! In this original graphic novel that ties into the movie and expands on its universe, BLACK METAL's Rick Spears brings you even more hellish Jennifer stories with art by HACK/SLASH's Tim Seely, KICK DRUM COMIX' Jim Mahfood, DMZ's Nikki Cook, and POPGUN's Ming Doyle.

Look for the graphic novel to hit stores in August. Around that time we'll have more goodies to share!

Click below to get started! (Tip: Click on "View Hi-Res Version" when you open each page.)

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Posted by: joe asylo on July 15, 2009 at 15:33:51


Posted by: A sshole of A ssholes on July 15, 2009 at 16:03:33

Can I Buy You A Fish Sandwich?

Posted by: Lord Butt Trumpet on July 15, 2009 at 16:23:58

This is embarrassingly bad and laughable. With childish spew like: “Damn it, Why can’t I have normal, cool thoughts. Screw this, I’m gonna try super hard to think about boobs now”.

Who wrote this? With mind numbing ninth grade dialogue I have to ask is this really supposed to be serious? And what is graphic about it? A bloody nose?

Posted by: Calderone on July 15, 2009 at 16:56:53

The atrwork is AWFUL!!! Not worthy of a movie adaptation.

Posted by: Fridge on July 15, 2009 at 18:17:35

Who drew this? A nine year old on meth?

Posted by: keego on July 16, 2009 at 00:11:02

First of all it's art, it's subjective, and I love the coloring. Second the writer is writing the thoughts of a dumbass jock, not Shakespeare. Third, I thought it was funny and pretty cool. I will definitely be checking out this GN

Posted by: Caged Wisdom on July 16, 2009 at 00:54:37

Looks like she shoved her hand up some dude's ass

Posted by: messi on July 16, 2009 at 01:01:46

honestly. Frank Cho drew that, probably the best artist who can draw women.

Posted by: The Truth be Rotten on July 16, 2009 at 08:26:50

This is a pretty lame cover. a. Either she has a serious case of back hair or b. She's turning into a werewolf.

Either way I would take a free copy as my new puppy needs something to **** on.

Posted by: Justin Stewart on July 16, 2009 at 23:30:55

Thanks for the props on the colors keego. My Homie Jim Mahfood drew the main story and I colored it. So thanks again for sticking up for us! :)

Posted by: No Heart on July 17, 2009 at 19:47:32

Her name is Jennifer Check. That sounds weird.

And look how racist the comic is... they drew a Black Dude with rectangle eyebrows! Psssh.

Posted by: MagnaderAlpha on July 17, 2009 at 21:08:33

The covers are awesome. Hell, Jennifer on those covers looks hotter than Megan Fox in real life!

The in-comic art is, well....unique. It kinda caught me by surprise because I was expecting something more realistic, like the covers themselves. Though, it's an interesting take using a totally different, more cartoony style within the comic.

Posted by: Octopus Pie on July 18, 2009 at 15:18:05

I'm a little surprised that they went with "indie" style artwork inside the comic. The type of people who will be seeing this movie (to me) seem like they'd be more interested in the glossier comic style of the current Marvel/DC issues.

I like the art style, but it's really not for everyone. I get the feeling that they're doing it so they can drag in the indie crowd & try to turn it into a cult film.

I will say that the preview so far is a little boring for a comic that's supposed to be based off of a slasher flick. How about showing us a page where something actually happens? I like what's been posted, but it would have been better if they'd showed us what the action scenes would be like.

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