John Tiffany Vol. 1 is an action-packed, 112-page story written by Dan Panosian (Black Tape, Alice Ever After) and Stephen Desberg with art by Panosian, following the life of bounty hunter John Tiffany as he navigates a world of danger and betrayal.
John Tiffany is a complex character who can only trust a few select people in his dangerous line of work. Pastor Lovejoy, Wan Chao, Dorothy, and Magdalena have earned his trust, but when one of them turns on him, John finds himself in an impossible situation. The story is action-packed and suspenseful, with twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat. You’ll find yourself rooting for John as he tries to survive being a high-priced target while identifying the traitor in his inner circle.
Dan Panosian‘s iconic drawings bring John Tiffany’s world to life in a way that is both realistic and visually stunning. Each panel is filled with detail and emotion, making it easy to get lost in the story. You’ll find yourself stopping to admire the artwork on each page, adding to the overall experience of the book.
One of the best parts about John Tiffany is that it has the potential to translate easily to other mediums. The action-packed storyline, complex characters, and stunning artwork would make for a perfect television series or feature film. It’s easy to picture John Tiffany and his crew coming to life on the big screen, which makes reading the graphic novel even more exciting.
In addition to the impressive artwork and compelling storyline, the 112-page graphic novel also includes letters from Lucas Gattoni and edits by James B. Emmett. These details add to the overall quality of the book and show the attention to detail that went into its creation.
The complex characters, action-packed storyline, and stunning artwork make it a standout in the world of graphic novels. Plus, its potential for translation to other mediums only adds to its appeal.
John Tiffany Vol. 1 graphic novel hits local comic shops on July 18, 2023. Be sure to let your LCS know you want a copy by final order cut-off (FOC) on June 5.