Publication Date: March 1, 2022
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Ages 13 to 17, Grades 8 to 12
A new YA fantasy graphic novel following the epic adventures of Adora, a brave young woman of color who lives in a fantastical world with underground pirates, ghosts, and a mysterious force called “The Distance.” The Distance threatens to destroy it all, and only Adora can stop it!
From Marc Bernardin—the award-winning television writer/producer on Star Trek: Picard, Critical Role: The Legend of Vox Machina, Masters of the Universe: Revelations, Castle Rock, and Mata Hari’s Ariela Kristantina.
Includes an introduction by Damon Lindelof (Lost, The Leftovers, HBO’s The Watchmen)!
“Marc Bernardin’s gorgeous, powerful Adora and the Distance was his way of connecting with a child on the Autism spectrum.” — Vanity Fair
“A letter from a parent to a child with love so overflowing that it’s visible on every page.” — Kelly Sue DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Aquaman)
“Gorgeously rendered and tenderly told, ADORA AND THE DISTANCE is the story of an extraordinary child—and the extraordinary people who love her. You cannot help but be moved.” —G. Willow Wilson (Co-creator, Ms. Marvel)
“Adora and the Distance begins as a fantasy, all fun and brilliance, like a Game of Thrones for teenage girls, and then transmutes into something deeper and more moving, a reflection of an interior life that solves all the riddles it has propounded in a way that is both satisfying and heartbreaking. I’m so glad it exists.” — Neil Gaiman (The Sandman, Coraline, American Gods)
”Bernardin and Kristantina have pulled off a true magic trick. Adora and the Distance lures you in with dazzling fantasy yet its true magic lies its passionate, heartfelt exploration of deeper truths about connection, understanding and forgiveness through love. One of the most daring and heartfelt books I’ve read this year." — Scott Snyder (Batman, Nocterra)
Series Overview: Collects Adora and the Distance (digital only, from ComiXology)
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