Terry Moore is writing a new Strangers in Paradise...novel?!
Terry Moore announced today that he'd be writing a new Strangers in Paradise prose novel. Moore will release the book via his publishing company, Abstract Studios, and noted that the book would help him wade into the world of prose much as the Strangers in Paradise comic series helped him introduce him to comics. The book is scheduled to come out in 2013.
Moore noted that shifting into prose would allow him to continue writing without worrying about a monthly deadline and that it would provide him an opportunity to write a deeper, more introspective story.
Moore also added that after Rachel Rising finished, he planned to move on to an all ages comic book. Moore insisted that he was a funny guy and that he'd like to write a book that focused on the humor of life.
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