Written by Steve Niles, “The Lost Ones” tells the story of Duncan, Roxy, Cynthia and Rasheed who just want to have a little intergalactic fun. But what starts out as a harmless day of extreme planet jumping turns into a white-knuckle race for their lives to get back home. Only problem is, home is no longer where they left it. Check out the debut exclusively online at Zune-arts.net today (June 26th), and read on for more details and a behind the scenes video with Steve Niles.
Written by Steve Niles, the author of “30 Days of Night,” “The Lost Ones” features the artwork of four vastly diverse artists:
Dr. Revolt (chapter 1) – graffiti art legend
Morning Breath (chapter 2) – eclectic design duo
Kime Buzzelli (chapter 3) – fashion designer, boutique owner and illustrator
Gary Panter (chapter 4) – renowned “King of Punk Comics”
Free printed copies are available at Giant Robot, Hennessy + Ingalls, MoMA, SFMOMA, MOCA and other select stores and galleries nationwide in July, while supplies last.
Read its debut exclusively online at Zune-arts.net on June 26
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