'Black Cherry Bombshells' creators regain rights, launch site

In a perfectly timed revival, the webcomic Black Cherry Bombshells is back from the grave.

The horror strip, about violent girl gangs fighting to survive in a future where every man has been mutated into a flesh-eating zombie, was originally serialized from 2008 to 2010 by Zuda Comics. After DC Comics shuttered the imprint, Black Cherry Bombshells remained available through comiXology.

Now, however, the rights have reverted to creators Tony Trov and Johnny Zito, who have launched a website hosting the entire series, which features art by Sacha Borisich and Sheldon Vella, and colors by John Dallaire.

"If you dig ultra violence, monsters and improvised weapons then this is the comic for you." Trov said in a statement.

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