Comics: Dirty Brown Vol. #1

Dirty Brown COVERWhat would you do if you had the power to tame the sounds?

Dirty Brown is a young African-American girl who’s famous for her DJ abilities. Dirty lives in a cement truck that was transformed into a recording studio She’s very popular in the underground scene of the Big City for the unique nature sounds she records and then mixes. The legend says that everybody who went to her parties became a different human being. “Her music is like LSD”, a die-hard fan once said about her in a music magazine.

Dirty Brown’s success is owed to an ancient rock she received from a street musician when she was in deep water with her career. She loved the gift so much that she tattooed the rock on her chest.

In time, she found that the rock had unexpected powers.

All she has to do now is in order to hypnotize the crowds is to play her tunes and the magic item does the rest.

But Dirty’s life is not like in the fairy tales all the time…

One day, her ex-boyfriend, a violent ex-convict named Doe Joe, visits her at a party and tells her they should be together again. Knowing that their relationship will never work again, Dirty refuses him forcefully.

In order to calm his anger, Doe Joe pours drink after drink at the bar. There he meets a geek named Schuster, who seems to know a few things about Dirty’s strange rock tattoo.

What will Dow Joe do after he finds out the true value of the rock?

Will Dirty Brown regain the lucky stone and purify it from its bad influence? Will she find her true power and authenticity deep inside her?

Find out by purchasing the first issue out of 13 of this thrilling comic book series!

Editorial Reviews

Dirty Brown is a young DJ who posses a magic rock that helps her hypnotize the crowd. One day, her ex-boyfriend visits her at a party and changes her life forever.

In her quest to find peace again, she meets all kinds of strange but lovely characters such as frustrated geology students, gorgeous girlfriends or friendly androids who hates Justin Bieber songs.

The adventures of this woman with African origins will guide you all around the Earth. Dirty travels all her way deep inside the African savannah to find out the story of the stone that enhances her DJ-ing abilities.

This comic book offers:

25 full color, action comic pages
Vivid illustrations

Funny dialogues

Beautiful characters


Tammy Brown Elkeles

About Tammy Brown Elkeles

I was born in Nigeria, but my family moved to Israel when I was eight years old. I live in Tel Aviv with my husband Miki, a photographer and documentary director, and our two boys. Writing children’s books has been my passion ever since I became a mother. Children are an endless source of inspiration and joy, and they can teach us adults so much about life. I believe that our children are our true spiritual guides. Being a staunch optimist, I believe that we have the power to influence reality and shape our own lives, and that is the message I wish to convey through my writing.In fact, I remember writing my first children’s stories when I was a little girl. But life led me down a different path. I graduated with a BA in chemistry and nutritional biochemistry and later studied advertising as well as interior design. It was only in my thirties that I got to realize my childhood dream, studying playwriting and screenwriting and making writing my main focus.In recent years I have been involved in filmmaking, serving as assistant director for the documentary Cinema Egypt, assistant editor for a documentary on a rap group, and writer of a documentary for National Geographic. My first play, Dust, was performed in 2009, and I have completed a script for a children’s feature film.I currently have seven children’s books available on Kindle, and there are more to come. My book The Birds’ Bakery will soon appear in print nationwide. I’m also working on a comic books series for teenagers, D.J. Dirty Brown, to be published on Kindle.Your thoughts and comments are important to me. Please write to

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