Glitterbomb Vol 2 The Fame Game

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Glitterbomb Vol  2  The Fame Game

Author: Jim Zub

Publisher: Image Comics

ISBN: 1534309055

Page: 120

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Kaydon Klay wants to be famous. She wants it more than anything else she's ever known. The dream is hers for the taking. All she has to do is embrace the national tragedy that's put her in the spotlight. The entertainment industry feeds on our insecurities, desires, and fears. You can't toy with those kinds of primal emotions without them biting back. Collects GLITTERBOMB: THE FAME GAME #1-4

Glitterbomb

Kaydon Klay wants to be famous.

Glitterbomb

Author: Jim Zub

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781534309050

Page:

View: 992

Kaydon Klay wants to be famous. She wants it more than anything. That dream is hers for the taking--all she has to do is embrace the national tragedy that's put her in the spotlight. The entertainment industry feeds on our insecurities, desires, and fears. You can't toy with those kinds of primal emotions without them biting back.

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The thing is, when I returned to LA two years later, LA didn't want me back. I
dbandoned it and, despite having over d decade of production experience, I was
punished for ledving the game. People who used to hire me ... This was
something I could producel | asked Mark if he had a book or q script for the series
. He did.

Glitterbomb  The Fame Game  3

Author: Jim Zub

Publisher: Image Comics

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Page: 32

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There are no victims, only targets. Kaydon's pain parade envelops everything it touches.

Glitterbomb Volume 2

Kaydon Klay wants to be famous.

Glitterbomb Volume 2

Author: Jim Zub

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781534304901

Page: 120

View: 934

Kaydon Klay wants to be famous. She wants it more than anything. That dream is hers for the taking--all she has to do is embrace the national tragedy that's put her in the spotlight. The entertainment industry feeds on our insecurities, desires, and fears. You can't toy with those kinds of primal emotions without them biting back.