PDA

View Full Version : The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand: Prologue released



centrifugal
2014-08-03, 07:55 AM
http://33.media.tumblr.com/972fa5ef197e88504142396dd53ae1c3/tumblr_n7vex53BHd1tem6cuo1_1280.jpg

Hello to everyone here at the Giant in the Playground forum. I'm making a post to notify you all about our new graphic novel series, The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand. We released the prologue on Friday, and it's available free of charge in PDF format on our website. I'm quoting the official press release that has all the details:

Centrifugal Stories is happy to announce that the prologue to the graphic novel series "The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand" is now released. The graphic novel is available free of charge online and you can find download mirrors on the official website (http://the-assassination-of.com) under the Issues Section.

The prologue features 10 full color pages, introducing the two protagonists of the story, Du’an Stahl and Eőrsike Lato. The former is an acclaimed writer for London-based history journal “The Chronicler”. Eőrsike is a young unemployed girl who visits Csór, a small village in Hungary, one week after her grandmother passed away.

The graphic novel is drawn by Ana Santo, a young talented artist from Portugal and the story is written by Dimitris Manos. Centrifugal Stories plan to release the first issue of the series in November. The plot will blend historical events with fiction and it will span different time periods.

So head over to the official website (http://the-assassination-of.com) to download the Prologue.

https://31.media.tumblr.com/18feb1c21cf31f425559501adf08805b/tumblr_inline_n9mf47oV6Q1rwbo81.jpg

Feel free to give us feedback, this is our first graphic novel and we want to get better with every release. We'd appreciate it if you could share the news with your online friends.

DomaDoma
2014-08-03, 09:14 AM
Thank you so much for this. Ham-fisted, perhaps, but a well-written ham-fist, and I dig well-written hamfistedness so much I've been pushing His Last Bow all weekend. (With historical perspective, you can't exactly validate the "God's own wind" thing and only a Calvinist would have tried to begin with. But that just adds to the discussion.)

Looking forward to the rest.