Fas Ferox: A Modern Day Mythology

February 25th, 2006 | people I know

My friend Anna Young is launching her long-gestating project FAS FEROX today:

Fas Ferox is launching its first issue release at MegaCon today February 24th – 26th! Come look for us at booth 139 located across from the star signature area, in the far left-side aisle.

The first issue of Fas Ferox – a modern day mythology – is an in-depth introduction to Fas Ferox, a multimedia graphic novel with a mythological, sci-fi, cyber theme. In a post-apocalyptic near future, explore the five realms of the universe: Divinity, Spirit, the Physical, Underworld and Dream, while meeting modern manifestations of demigods who walk among us.

This cutting-edge epic is a riveting wake-up call to the archetypes in each and every one of us.

Creative Consultant: Neil Gaiman; Introduction by Neil Gaiman; Author: Jason Stackhouse; Co-Author/Creative Director: James Curcio; Creator/Producer: Anna Young; Associate Producer/Muse: Kal Masunari; Various Artists including: Edson Campos.

Join us on our adventure at the Orlando Convention Center today through
Sunday!


8 Responses to “Fas Ferox: A Modern Day Mythology”

  1. Mr. Ellis has talked about promoting projects through free samples online;
    This is a perfect example of a project that would benefit from that.
    There’s nothing on that web site that would inspire me to shell out money,
    though it’s enough to make me curious.

  2. You missed the whole “launching today at Megacon” thing.

  3. tagged.
    delicious need to add a reminder feature, damnit.

  4. I’m not sure whether you saw this as well, Mr Gentile but there is a free JPG of a page on Lulu dot com. You can access it by clicking on the “Order Now” part of the Fas Ferox website.

    Time to dust off the credit card I think.

  5. I’ve been looking forward to this one …

  6. Thanks so much for the support, Warren!

    -namaste-

  7. Just recieved and read my copy today. It’s brilliant.

  8. I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you down the road!