Greetings fellow conspirators, researchers, and CIA-shills! I've been working on an independent self-published graphic novel called
Time Samplers that illustrates years of actual research in comic form - which releases today! (12/12/12). Would
love to get some feedback from the community, and perhaps even ideas for future issues! Here is a quick trailer to explain the project:
The first issue is titled Escape from Jekyll Island, where our heroes - two musicians named Lex and Cal - use some modified music equipment
with the help of an ex-mind control scientist to travel back in time (via lucid dreaming) to Jekyll Island, circa 1913. They crash a party including
Alexander Graham Bell, Morgans, Rockefellers, and many other notable names.
The first issue touches on subjects like HAARP, mind control, V2K Microwave communication, secret societies, genetic manipulation, Silent Weapons for
Quiet Wars... and that's just the beginning! Already working on the next couple of issues, which dive into Skull & Bones, Project Monarch, Dignity
Colony, and so much more.
Some panels from the first issue:
In addition to the comic series, I'm also working with the publisher (Paranoid American) on a series of
illustrations to reflect various conspiracy theories. For example, did you know that Walt Disney made ex-Nazi scientists Haber and von Braun popular,
and that Disney was a covert agent for the FBI, recruited by J. Edgar Hoover himself?
Or the more outlandish theory that Barbara Bush is the daughter of Aleister Crowley? While this one is more out there, it also represents an
interesting fact that Crowley and Pierce (Barbara's mom) were in the same social circle, even if they never had an intimate relationship.
Here's a free preview of the first four pages of the first issue:
Really hope this interests some of you - it's been a labor of love for the past few years, and happy to finally share it! Available right now via
Kindle and Apple iBookstore - and printed release will be in early 2013.
After three plus years we finally get to see the genius that is "Time Samplers".
Having had a very small and behind the scenes involvement in this over the past three years this is a good day, and perfect date, to release it
I hope this takes off and opens the eyes and minds of many people, the historical value of this series is worth the read all by itself, the amazing
artwork and engrossing story line are an added bonus.
Congratulations scientist on a long but very well done project, your commitment never wavered.
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Originally posted by grobi77
I'm definitely interested....but only Kindle and iBookstore?
Ya, I share that frustration with you. Was on schedule to start sending printed copies out today too, but the printer went out of business 2 weeks
ago (and kept our money). Once we find a new printer, the physical copies will be made available asap! Also, comic will be released via Nook, Kobo,
Google soon - and can be read online via Graphicly.com. We will also be offering the PDF on the website soon. Working out some kinks.
Thanks so much for the interest! Means a lot to everyone involved.
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
How long is the series?
The first storyarc will be 4 issues (roughly 100 pages). Currently writing the script for issue 3. Issue 2 is already in production with the
artists. Without the limitations of time and money, the goal is for Time Samplers to be an ongoing series.
Congratulations, Scientist. The comic looks great - the art, the story, the presentation are tops. I'll have to wait until the Nook version, but I'll
happily pay for it. I also like that you tackled some of the less known conspiracies, like Bush & Crowley, and Disney with the Nazis.
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Thanks so much for the support! Forgot to mention, this first issue also includes a 7-page mini comic (after the main story) about CIA Agent George
Hunter White and his role in Operation Midnight Climax among other things -- notice the artichoke and bluebird
I'll be releasing the mini-comic for free next year.
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