||Everette Hartsoe is responsible for the highly successful London Night Studios, a major independent
comic company in the 1990s. From $1,200.00 he molded the studio into a corporation with over $800,000
in annual sales from 1992-1999, with a vault of more than fifty properties, including the flagship character
Razor,which in a short time gained a huge cult following, with over 5 million comics in circulation
worldwide. In 1997 Wizard Magazine voted Razor: Burn 1 one of the top 20 comic books of the year. He
joined the list of Who's Who in Entertainment 1998. Mr. Hartsoe wrote and published his last graphic
novel in 1998, the highly sucessful six-issue crossover between Razor and J. O'Barr's The Crow. That
now classic crossover blasted to the top of the sales charts with over 60,000 copies produced.
Created in the fall of 1991, Razor was an instant underground hit with the 1st issue. A mix of the macabre
and goth, comic fans soon made RAZOR a household name. Love her or hate her, most comic book
collectors in the 90's knew a person that picked up a book that pushed the boundaries of violence and
storytelling...They were referring to RAZOR! With over 5 million books in circulation worldwide, RAZOR
at one time sold more copies than some of the mainstream Marvel comics, pushing her into the history
books as one of the 1st comics to start the BAD GIRL comic genre, between 1993-1999.
Fueled by his own creative desire to produce high quality graphic novels and develop new characters,
Everette Hartsoe has embarked on a journey back to the medium in which he did things his way. So get
ready for a no holds barred journey into the mind of an independent comics icon.