Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Since we've done URSULA back in 2000 (wow! 10 years ago), we haven't really come back to the realms of children and childhood on our stories. There's a certain way of looking at life and explaining the world that sometimes is easier when you're looking at it through the eyes of a child.
Well, we certainly dug deep on our fifth chapter of Daytripper, just solicited, and I couldn't be prouder.
I like the power comics have to turn ourselves back into children at the same time they make the adults think harder about life. Very few things in life have this range.
I hope you are all enjoying our series. This is all I've ever wanted to do on a comicbook and we still have a lot to tell.
Daytripper 5 (of 10)
Written by FÁBIO MOON and GABRIEL BÁ; Art by GABRIEL BÁ and FÁBIO MOON; Cover by GABRIEL BÁ
At 11 years old, Brás's world was only as big as his house. But that changed when his family headed to his grandparents' countryside ranch. And there – at a place where the sun was stronger and the stars shone brighter – Brás would suddenly see everything under a new light!
Vertigo - 32pg. - Color - $2.99 US - Mature Readers
On Sale April 14, 2010
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
The second issue of Daytripper comes out today. This chapter was one of the first ones we knew we wanted to tell (the first promotional image of the book refers to this part of the story), and one of the hardest to write. It answers some questions and poses others.
Brás is going places, making a magical trip across the country.
And we're going along for the ride.
We wouldn't want to miss it.
We certainly wouldn't want to miss her.
Written by Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon
Art by Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá
Cover by Gabriel Bá