Fabula Zero Exposition the graphic novel mashup of comic and prose is reviewed by Time for Hugs

Time for Hugs Fabula Zero Exposition ReviewTime for Hugs, a website run by Scott Markley, author/artist of the Unconscious the Grim Sleeper and writer of the popular blog Watching William reviewed by graphic novel homage to Superheroes and the comic book industry Fabula Zero Exposition. While this is the most unique graphic novel on the market it is hard book to explain; you seriously just have to read it. Check out Time for Hugs Fabula Zero Exposition review in full here.

Fabula Zero Exposition – Not A Superhero Comic Book

Fabula Zero Exposition Not A Superhero Story

Fabula Zero Exposition By Nick Davis
Not A Superhero Comic Book – $6.99
Art By Bill Young

What would you do if you found yourself inside a comic book?

Well Jack knows…

Even Jack will admit he isn’t having a great month. After finally getting his dream job as lead writer on the Captain Avenger comic his inspiration runs dry. With a submission deadline looming his editor on his back and no sleep for days he tries to hash out a story with little success. Then things really start to turn strange; Jack’s characters start popping up in his life and he finds himself caught up in action straight out of the pages of a superhero comic book.

The question is as Jack’s realities collide and the line between fiction and real life starts to blur is Jack on the verge of a nervous breakdown? Or are these events more real than he realizes…

Exposition is a unique mash-up of comic book and prose all about the insanity of writers block and what happens when your characters come to life around you. This is a story featuring Superheros, evil Villains, dim Henchmen, noisy Ninjas, giant Robots, flying Monkeys with laser-beams for eyes and a very diabolic dance number as a Jack begins to lose the plot as he desperately seeks the ending of to the story.

Order On AmazonFabula Zero – Exposition is a 46 page mash-up of comic book & prose story telling, and will be the most unusual not about superheroes at all comic you will ever read. Exposition is available for only $6.99 on Amazon.

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Tristan and the Teddy Bear Tales go to Wizard World Philly

Tristan goes to Wizard WorldFrom Thursday 5pm to Sunday 6pm, Tristan, the Teddy Bear Tales, myself and the rest of the Alt-World collection of books, The Wonder Tales, Fabula Zero and The Tether Saga will be at Wizard World Philly rocking the Artist Alley. I will also be joined by Teddy Bear Tale Artist Dan Nokes, who will be bringing his Adam & Eve Zombie Graphic Novel and other works to this show. If you are in Philly, come, check out this event and visit us. Pick up a book or tow, sketch cards or get your picture taken with Tristan. We are at Booth 2348 look for the Teddy Bear Tales banner and we will see you there!

Read Part Two here – Tristan at Wizard World Philly and a Thank you!!!

Fabula Zero Exposition Reviewed on the 21st Century Sand Shark Studios Splash Page

The Fabula Zero Exposition Splash Page So what is the Splash page? It is the new up and coming place where indie titles get reviewed by Maryland’s leading Independent Artist Dan Nokes on his amazing 21st Century Sand Shark Studios website. Well, he got his hands on my graphic novel narrative/sequential mash-up Fabula Zero Exposition, so what did he think of it? Well, click here to find out.

Iron Annie – A Steampunk Tale of Wonder and bonus story for the Graphic Novel Fabula Zero Exposition

Steam TankThe shells exploded overhead splintering the trees raining burning branches on a very startled Lieutenant James as he hurriedly dropped down into his leather command seat, slamming the Tanks turret hatch closed above him. On the way down he yelped in pain as the hard metal of the cupola slammed into his elbow; not even the thick padding of his leather tanker jacket stopped his bone from aching.
“Move out!” he yelled at his driver and then repeated the order to the Signal Corpsman; who hit the signal flash button – sending the order up the light pipe to the other tanks under his command. He was then rocked violently back in this chair as the driver opened the valves sending the Steamtank crunching across the forest clearing. The boxy vehicle known affectionately to the crew as Iron Annie was a tribute to right angles, rivets and good solid Victorian engineering, with three inch thick front armor and a large caliber howitzer embedded into its square turret there was little on the ground that could hurt her. The vehicle belched steam from its rear stack and pistons as it picked up speed, the ground churning in its wake; the other three tanks in the squadron lurched forward to keep up with the command vehicle. Continue reading