Elkridge, MD (PressExposure) June 29, 2014 -- The moment you realize that you are no longer the hunter, you are the prey you've stepped into The Corporation.
Spy thriller author, A.G. Fielder set to release a cutting-edge, new comic series called "The Corporation" which includes two comic books in one. In "The Corporation: Wrath of Khan" we meet Khadijah Khan, a sexy, rogue assassin with a conscious, who on an impromptu trip to the edge of the Dead Sea realizes that she is no longer interested in killing diplomats, dictators and billionaire businessmen for hire. Instead she'd rather take the life of the unscrupulous tycoon who turned her into the psychopathic killing machine that she is today - Dawud El-Hashem.
Author, A.G. Fielder explains the philosophy behind lifting the lid and exposing the weaknesses of power elite like Dawud El-Hashem: "Much like his band of female assassins, El-Hashem is broken, emotionally damaged and weak. A lot of this stems from him being one of the castaway children of India's partition period - he was the product of a rape. Add that to a complete lack of a relationship with his mother, and you get a severely damaged man. His "mommy" issues play an important role on how he views and treats women - Khadijah Khan in particular. Khadijah is not some psychotic nobody, nor is she a scorned harlot. Once upon a time she was a candidate for a doctorate degree in Middle Eastern studies, that is until El-Hashem came into her life," she began.
"We're talking about the type of man who is highly masochistic. He loathes independent women yet enjoys the challenge of breaking these women emotionally through seduction. It's all some twisted game to him, but somehow in Khadijah he's met his match. So in the "Wrath of Khan" he's engaged in psychological battle with her while in "The Name is El-Hashem" he's on the run and playing a deadly war game with powerful empires that seek to destroy him. Who will survive? It's up to the reader to find out!" Fielder concludes.
There is a Kickstarter.com campaign to raise funding for the project with a percentage of the proceeds from the project going to the Kennedy Krieger Institute for Autism research.