Burning Metronome Denver Comic Con 2017

Dayna Himot’s (NSSS) interview from day two of Denver Comic Con 2017 with the creators of The Burning Metronome on behalf of Thinking Outside the Longbox.

Listen here to the interview with the creators of The Burning Metronome.

Dayna Himot’s (NSSS) interview from day two of Denver Comic Con 2017 with the creators of The Burning Metronome on behalf of Thinking Outside the Longbox.  A hardcover graphic novel, a supernatural murder mystery, told in six 22 page chapters. Written by R. Alan Brooks, and featuring pencil and ink art by Dion Harris with coloring and lettering by Matt Strackbein, it premieres July 2017.

POLICE BRUTALITY TO AN ELEPHANT MAN?

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Ever wondered how police brutality looks to creatures of myth? How
about things like manipulating your friends, or giving in to your worst
insecurities? What about murder?
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In The Burning Metronome, six courageous explorers find themselves trapped in a new world where they encounter the strangest creatures they’ve ever seen: human beings. They explore human interactions while trying to determine which of their number is killing off the others.
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The brainchild of writer R. Alan Brooks, The Burning Metronome features art by Dion Harris (pencils & inks) and Matt Strackbein (colors and letters). After an immensely successful Kickstarter campaign, the trio is releasing the story as a hard cover novel featuring 6 chapters. You can order the first issue now at their website,
www.theburningmetronome.com
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The Burning Metronome “The Usual Suspects” meets “The Twilight Zone” – a murder mystery graphic novel with supernatural undertones.

 

 

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NSSS at DCC2017 on behalf of TOTLB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dayna Himot day two coverage on behalf of Thinking Outside the Longbox
Audio Dayna Himot
Video Dayna Himot
Photography at DCC 2017 Dayna Himot
Graphic and logos provided by The Burning Metronome

 

Author: Dayna L. Himot

Dayna L. Himot aka Dénouement is a staff writer at Metrosphere, Met Media DIME Project Manager, and Met Radio’s resident house and techno DJ. A product of the late eighties and early nineties underground club scene, she considers herself a diehard New Englander. In reality she prides herself in the cultural climate of wherever she is. Her passion for social documentation via sound, prose, and experience was spurred at a young age. With two sons in high school, she now is a junior at MSU Denver minoring in French with a concentration in social documentary journalism.

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