Female Inmate Turns Comic Book Hero

Eileen Huber and Cohorts
I'm very pleased to say Eileen Huber is on her way to making one of her dreams a reality. I was lucky enough to make the acquaintance of Silver Phoenix Comics Publisher Charles D. Moisant when I was a guest at the Dark History Convention last September. He decided we should work together and I wholeheartedly agreed and immediately thought of Eileen.

Eileen was involved in the 1991 mall killings in California. Afraid of the violent man she was with and abused herself, she went along on a robbing and killing spree with her older boyfriend. She was basically a child when she committed her crimes and has grown up in prison. She works daily to make amends for her wrongs and change the world just a tiny bit in whatever way she can. She has long dreamed of helping teen girls in group homes and reformatories. She hopes to deter them from living the life she did.
Charles behind my BF & I

After a few conferences with Charles we finally got the ball rolling and Eileen is busily planning out her script and storyboard as we speak.

I'm really proud I could help make this happen for her and I know that its really going to make a difference for some young girl who sees Eileen's story.

Once we have the story planned and written we will need sponsors to get them published and distributed to juvenile facilities across the country. How exciting!


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