Hey gang!  Here’s a free preview of CONTROPUSSY, the tale of Sonnet, a mild-mannered house cat by day that transforms into Contropussy, a feisty force to be reckoned with by night.  Channeling the subversion of early underground comix, Contropussy finds herself embroiled in all manner of big city intrigue as she traverses the shadowy nighttime streets!

Written by Emma Caulfield (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Camilla Outzen Rantsen, with art by Christian Meesey and letters by Thomas Mauer, Contropussy is a uniquely fierce whirlwind of adventure and action with a darkly comedic edge.

"This is a dangerous collection of brilliance and insanity. You are not prepared." - Seth Green

"Stop thinking about how it has ‘pussy’ in the title and just enjoy it." - Chris Hardwick

"What do cats do at night? This one smokes, sleeps with dogs, and takes down whoremonger rabbits. Just as I’d always suspected." - Jane Espenson

"Action… intrigue… beautiful, funny, moody art… and loaded with pussy jokes. What’s not to like? And I’m a dog person." - Tom Richmond

Contropussy is available NOW from your local comic shop or online!

Comiccon de Québec: confirmation de Marina Sirtis et Emma Caulfield

Comiccon de Québec: confirmation de Marina Sirtis et Emma Caulfield

Le Comiccon de Québec vient de confirmer les actrices Marina Sirtis et Emma Caulfield.

Emma Caulfield

Emma Caulfield est une actrice américaine qui s’est fait connaître du grand public grâce à son rôle d’Anya Jenkins dans la série télévisée Buffy contre les vampires, ainsi qu’à celui de Susan Keats, journaliste éprise de Brandon Walsh, dans la série Beverly Hills, 90210. Au cinéma, elle a joué…

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From Emma Caulfield, the popular actress who portrayed Anya on Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and co-writer Camilla Rantsen, comes Contropussy, a story about a cat with a major itch to scratch. By day she is a mild mannered feline, but by night she comes alive, adventuring in the city, eventually finding herself a pawn in political schemes. Art by Christian Meesey.

Available now at comic shops everywhere, Amazon: and Comixology:

In a time where there seems to be a scarcity of original ideas, Dracula vs King Arthur has delivered on the forgotten promise of the graphic novel world. There are new inventive stories from independent minds who ask you to take a walk into the unfamiliar, if you dare. Well do you, Punk?
—  Emma Caulfield and Camilla Rantsen, creators of Contropussy