In which, Mike Kennedy from Magnetic Press tells us all about what it takes to start a small press comic business, digs deep into the digital vs. physical comics debate, and tells us what comics a comic publisher reads. We learn a lot about the comics industry in Europe and what goes into the translation of comic scripts from French to English.
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Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker (Magnetic)
Written by Tom DeLonge and Ben Kull
Illustrated by Djet
Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker is the first monthly comic from Magnetic Press and it’s a great addition to their already impressive lineup. This book, from former Blink 182 front man Tom DeLonge, is part of a multimedia story spanning comics, film, and music in an attempt to give audiences the most immersive experience possible. So far, I am on board and excited to see exactly where this series is going.
The son of two hard working Seattle residents, Jonas Anderson finds himself spending another evening at home with his older brother Alan. After arriving home, Jonas finds Alan sitting on the floor with a mysterious book and burning an unknown substance. Suddenly the two fall asleep and find themselves in Genesis, the origin of all mankind’s collective dreams. Through a series of events, Jonas, his brother, and a dream named Ayo are rescued from captivity by a Dream Walker. It quickly becomes clear that Jonas is also a Dream Walker, but he doesn’t know it yet. Continue reading