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CHRISTOPHER CANTWELL discusses his new graphic novel SHE COULD FLY with NICK DAZÉ

She Could Fly (Berger Books/Dark Horse Comics)

No one knows who she was, how she flew, or why.

An unknown woman flying at fantastic speeds and spectacular heights suddenly explodes mid-air. Luna Brewster, a disturbed 15-year-old girl becomes obsessed with learning everything about her while rumors and conspiracy theories roil. But will cracking the secrets of the Flying Woman’s inner life lead to the liberation from her own troubled mind—or will it take her to the point of no return?

Praise for She Could Fly

“Full of unexpected pleasures…masterful, joyful, poignant… A must-read”--- G. Willow Wilson (Wonder Woman, Ms. Marvel)

"She Could Fly is a modern-day masterpiece...It’s heartbreakingly beautiful and honest to its core.”--- Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad)

"She Could Fly is one of the best comic book debuts I've ever read. It's everything I want from a comic."– Gerry Duggan (Deadpool, Analog)

"An intriguing premise, great dialogue and very tasty art combine to make She Could Fly something special."-- Garth Ennis (Preacher)

“…a frightening yet commanding series that you can’t help but be transfixed over.”—Geek.com

“Devastating and wonderful.”—Bleeding Cool

“... Intense but somehow very delicate and fragile .. I have never quite seen anything like it.”—Comic Crusaders

"Handles believable and flawed characters and emotional and well-paced sequences seamlessly…”— Multiversity Comics
 
“This is a book that can reach a lot of people, shock a lot of people, and shake a lot of people into being more aware. I know I already am.”— ComicBuzz

Christopher Cantwell is an executive producer, co-creator, and showrunner of the highly acclaimed AMC series Halt and Catch Fire, which is set within the early days of the computing revolution. The six-year endeavor of the series was a labor of love and vision accomplished with his writing partner, Christopher C. Rogers. Additionally, Cantwell directed episodes of the series in Seasons 3 and 4. His professional writing career began when another script penned with Rogers, The Knoll, found its way onto the Black List in 2011, and in another life, Cantwell has also worked as a creative director for the Walt Disney Company. He holds a BFA in Writing for the Screen & Television from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, and most recently directed his first feature, The Parts You Lose (2019), starring Aaron Paul and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. He is also the co-creator and writer of the ongoing comic book series She Could Fly for Dark Horse, and is penning two other upcoming titles to be released under their label in 2019. He currently lives in Claremont, California, with his wife Elizabeth, sons Cooper and Leo, and dog Albee.


Nick Dazé is an author, technologist, and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of BLOCK HQ INC., a software company developing AI for the apartment rental industry. He has been a founder or formative employee at a handful of technology startups in Los Angeles throughout his career. He co-hosts the podcast ROBOT F. KENNEDY, which focuses on the public policy ramifications of new technologies and cultural trends, alongside writer Eddie Quintana of Los Angeles, CA. He is the author of Roger Nix, President at Six, a children’s book about a kindergartner determined to defend childhood against an increasingly adultified political culture. It is illustrated by Bill Robinson and published by Three Bean Press in Boston, MA. He holds a BA in Creative Writing from the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences at the University of Southern California, as well as a BA in Theatre from the School of Dramatic Arts (USC). He currently lives in Manhattan Beach, CA, with his wife Kendra, son Henry, and daughter Nell.

Event date: 
Friday, March 22, 2019 - 7:30pm
Event address: 
1818 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
She Could Fly Cover Image
$19.99
ISBN: 9781506709499
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Berger Books - March 26th, 2019