The Deadliest Bouquet has murder, secrets, and family drama wrapped up in 1998. Three estranged sisters trained by their Nazi-hunting mother must come together to help solve their mother’s murder...and try not to kill each other in the process. Rose, Poppy, and Violet were all trained in the art of espionage and assassination by their mother, Jasmine. When they were old enough to survive on their own, Poppy and Violet left home, with Rose, the oldest and “responsible one” remaining to help Jasmine run the flower shop. When Jasmine is found murdered in an apparent botched robbery, Poppy and Violet return home to New Jersey to confront old demons, dig up buried secrets, and solve their mother’s murder. With the sisterhood and family drama of Charmed and the aesthetic of Singles, it’s grunge meets pop meets enthusiasm for the new millennium.
“This is a story I’ve worked on for several years, so to see it come to fruition is long overdue. James helped me find the through-line for the story, and Carola and Gab’s art just bring it to life.”
The Kickstarter campaign will be asking for $20,000 USD to fund The Deadliest Bouquet mini-series (five issues) and send it to print.
For more information about Erica Schultz please visit her website at http://www.ericaschultzwrites.com/
Erica Schultz is an American comic book writer, editor, and letterer who has published work with Marvel, DC, comiXology Originals, Red 5, and more. She was nominated for Best Writer in 2020 for her series Forgotten Home for comiXology Originals, and the series was also nominated for Best Cover, Best Inker, Best Lettering, and Best series. She currently teaches at The Kubert School in Dover, NJ and is an editor with Mad Cave Studios.