I’m proud to unveil the title logo for Trophy Girls, created by the talented John Roshell of Comicraft. Designing the Trophy Girls title logo wasn’t any easy task. However, after a few weeks of
I promised in my previous post to share the completed first interior page for Trophy Girls #1 with you. As a woman who keeps her promises, I present to you page 1 of Trophy Girls issue #1! Even without dialogue it’s easy to see how Judit Tondora’s ink washing certainly does shift the mood of the story.
Originally intended to be only a graphic novel, Trophy Girls will now be released as a series.
While writing the Trophy Girls issue 2 I found that six pages were chronologically inaccurate and didn’t belong. Instead these six pages (or prequel as I call it) belonged at the beginning of Trophy Girls. Unlike the colorful and exciting “Our Surreal Week”, the prequel is revelatory and melancholic.
Trophy Girls is The Authorized and Audacious Autobiography of The Potter Twins
Trophy Girls follows the Potter Twins as they gain unexpected success in the adult film industry (and beyond). A project that Crystal and myself have been working on with the help of Nathan Massengill.
The stories themselves are true to life accounts of our time in and out of Los Angeles. This is not a kiss and tell-all book. Instead it’s a compilation of stories which are funny, poignant, sad, and in most cases unbelievable.
Our story, which also seems too fantastic to be real, lets you peer behind the curtain and share the scandal, sex, tears, and laughter that makes up this uniquely unforgettable adventure.
Judit Tondora (Wonder Woman