If, like us, you've been following the rise of A Voice in the Dark by Larime Taylor from wildly successful Kickstarter project to ongoing series from Top Cow's Minotaur line of black and white creator owned comics, you know that the official announcement was made at the Top Cow panel at San Diego Comic Con last weekend. Well, the video trailer that played at the panel is available online now, so check it out. You can also head over to Larime's newly revamped website and pick up one of the few remaining copies of the Kickstarter graphic novel before it becomes a super rare collectors' item!
I've read it, and I loved it. And this is me - I hate everything! Seriously, you want to get in on this as soon as possible so you can tell all your friends you were into it before it becomes an HBO TV show or something and then everyone, even your mom, is talking about it on Facebook. I mean, really, how lame are you? Get into A Voice in the Dark before your mom, for fuck's sake!!!
The first issue from Top Cow ships in November.
Here's the trailer:
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