“This comic book could appear a little different from what I’ve written before, but in fact, certain themes that are a constant of my whole production come back: contemporary social (or in this case environmental) issues without being preachy but always entertaining the reader, mixed with the right dose of humor to release the tensest and dramatic moments,” Andolfo told IGN. “And the fact I have to write for an artist that will put my script to paper was an occasion to flex new creative muscles, so to speak. So a great experience that I think made me improve as a scriptwriter.”
“The world we created in DEEP BEYOND is a devastated one, in which nature takes back its spaces, and it is about a planet at the same time different and tragically similar (potentially) to the one we know,” said Goy. “The human race is the main protagonist but also a great menace for the planet, and this will show in unexpected ways.“
Broccardo added, ““After working on a globally known sci-fi scenario like Star Wars, it was a pleasure and an honor creating graphically a whole new world that was a little retro-futuristic, but also immensely plausible.”Deep Beyond will run for 12 issues, with the first chapter scheduled for release on February 3, 2021.
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