Komikwerks' "Henrietta Hex" Project Acquires Director and Screenwriter for Feature Film Development

Official Press Release

Los Angeles - Director Jim Fall (Lizzy McGuire) and screenwriter/novelist Pamela Ribon (Why Girls Are Weird) have been attached to develop a feature film based on the Komikwerks property Henrietta Hex for producer Lauren Kisilevsky at Blue Star Pictures. Prolific animation and comic book veteran Shannon Denton created Henrietta Hex, which tells the tale of a teenage girl, the twelve-year-old boy she's supposed to be babysitting, and a teenage ghost. These junior paranormal investigators are constantly saving the cursed town of Spooks Hollow from the evil spirits who would do it harm.

"I'm terribly excited about the team we've got on board. They get this character and have gone to great lengths to remain true to the youthful feel I intended for this project," says creator Shannon Denton.

Blue Star Pictures is spearheading efforts to ensure the development of Henrietta Hex for both feature and television, in hopes they can kick-start a new franchise.

Pamela Ribon is represented by the Gersh Agency. Shannon Denton is co-represented by Circle of Confusion and the Gersh Agency.

See the Henrietta Hex comic online at www.komikwerks.com

About Komikwerks

Komikwerks LLC was founded in 2000 by Patrick Coyle and Shannon Denton, and is now partners with equity partner, New York based ibooks. Komikwerks is a comic publisher dedicated to publishing high-quality, professional level, creator-owned comics through digital and other distribution methods. Komikwerks.com launched in March of 2001, and has been named a Sci Fi Channel "Cool Site". Contributors to the Komikwerks site and series of print anthologies include comic industry veterans from major print publishers such as Marvel, DC, Image, and Dark Horse.

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