Monday, March 29, 2010

Tony Trov & Johnny Zito: Digital Gurus


We had the best time chatting with Joey Esposito from CraveOnline last week.

CraveOnline: You mentioned your other comics - you've also got Moon Girl on Comixology. Was that an easier project to get off the ground because of your success with Zuda?

TT: Absolutely. Zuda is making waves and people are noticing.
JZ: It's great to branch out on other platforms. With Moon Girl we're on iPhones, and soon, iPads.

Click HERE to read more about Zuda. Comixology and New Kids On The Block.

-Johnny Zito

Thursday, March 25, 2010

LaMorte Sisters Soundtrack


Tony Trov put together a killer LaMorte Sisters soundtrack. Vampire films have the best music.

Of course, LAMORTE SISTERS is no exception.

Click HERE to hear the Five songs that inspired our Vampire Orphanage.

-Johnny Zito

Saturday, March 13, 2010

LaMorte Sisters Deleted Scenes


When Tony Trov, Christine Larsen and I submitted LaMorte Sisters to Zuda Comics, we produced a bunch of extra pages that had to be cut.

We posted FOUR deleted pages on The Zuda Blog. Check it out!

-Johnny Zito

My Family Came to America to Practice Web Comics in Freedom


Tony and I have an interview up at the brand-spanking-new Zuda Blog.

We talk about Black Cherry Bombshells, LaMorte Sisters and the brave tale of how we came to America.

Most of it's bullshit. All of it is silly.

-Johnny Zito

Thursday, March 4, 2010

New Moon Girl Comics for Web and iPhones


Moon Girl leaps back into action against the Sugar Plum Fairy. This mystery terrorist seeks to unite the criminal masses into a zombie army of transcendence.

Moon Girl is available through Comixolgy on web and mobile devices thanks to iTunes.

Read the existential super hero crisis at

-Johnny Zito