Wednesday, February 6, 2013

StrangeLore Update: First Page

So I wanted to share an update of my graphic novel, StrangeLore. It's coming along pretty well and the art is really good. 

In fact, I want to share a page with you all.

This is the first page where we meet Brandon. He just arrived down south to live with his Grandmother and Aunt.
The artist is António Brandão

Here is the synopsis
Over a year ago, Brandon Hanks lost his friends to a horrific event during a Spring Break trip. While many believe their deaths were caused by a wild animal, Brandon knew it was something else. But his memories betray him, leaving Brandon haunted by nightmares of something unrealistic and impossible. In order to put his life back together, Brandon moves to Marion, Tennessee to live with his grandmother and aunt. As he settles into his new home, Brandon meets the cavalier and handsome Jackson Garrett. 
The chemistry between the two boys is instantaneous. However, Brandon fears that his past could quickly end his new-founded relationship, but that's the least of Brandon's problems. 
Jackson has some secrets of his own. He comes from a long line of supernatural beings only known through ancient folklore and legends. Once the truth is revealed, Brandon discovers that their worlds are more entwined than they ever could imagine, and his nightmares about his friends' deaths are not just dreams, but a prelude to what’s coming.


K. Clark said...

Sounds and looks cool!

Daddy Squeeze Me! said...

I fully support.

R.J. said...

I was wondering what was going on with this. I'm glad to see this is coming along.

Anonymous said...

The plot sounds very engaging and the illustrations are very good. The artist's detail is amazing.

But I have to ask you, sugar: Is the "cavalier and handsome Jackson Garrett" a white man? Maybe it's just me, but knowing you, "Viktor", the answer will be "yes."

Wonder Man said...

Actually he's not completely White, he's an interesting mix

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Viktor is a small town southern boy living in Los Angeles. You can find him on Twitter, writing about pop culture, politics, and comics. He’s the creator of the graphic novel StrangeLore and currently getting back into screenwriting.