Devin Kraft, creator of the Sumerian Comics series Neverender, will remix music and mythology into Silence, a new five-issue miniseries coming from Literati Press.
The new series is about a woman who searches for her lost-at-sea father in, of course, a yellow submarine.
“Silence is exactly the kind of unique, distinctive story we love at LP Comics,” said Steve Gooch of Literati Press. “It’s unlike anything else out there, combining Greek mythology, a working-class story and the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll. We’re thrilled to welcome Devin Kraft and Silence to Literati Press Comics.”
Here’s the full description from Literati:
Silence is a story about music and its power to hold things together even as the world falls apart. Returning to her hometown of Anthem, a down-on-its-luck seaport, Johanna Jones discovers the ship her father sailed on has gone missing. She ends up aboard a yellow submarine named the Heart of Gold headed directly into Hades’ Hexagon to find the missing crew, accompanied by her childhood best friend, a rich young addict, and a punk legend. Along the way, the quartet will form unlikely bonds, face astonishing threats, and rock the @#$% out.
Silence started life on Kickstarter, as did Neverender and Dragon Slayer, one of Kraft’s earliest projects. In fact, he’s currently crowdfunding a new pin set through the site.
Literati Press will release the first issue of Silence in April.