Danny Hellman's Resurrection Perverts: Hunter's Point tells the story of Harry Homburg, "America's last porn mogul," trying to resurrect his career by publishing compromising photographs of the president. Things don't work out so well for him. Hellman is making some commentary on fame, sex, politics, the media, but don't worry, it's nothing too profound. Actually, not profound at all.
The art is pretty cool. But the story didn't grab me, and the cliffhanger left me with a yawn, not a hankering for more. I'll skip whatever the next installment is.
Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for the complimentary electronic review copy!