Dynamite has massive plans this March for Barsoom. Author Chuck Brown (Bitter Root) returns to inform an untold chapter of the Princess of Mars in Dejah Thoris #1. The story is about earlier than the occasions of the primary traditional novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs and can characteristic artwork by Emiliana Pinna (Pink Sonja). Colorist Ellie Wright and letterer Jeff Eckleberry full the artistic staff.
Brown chatted with The Beat concerning the upcoming comedian sequence.
Deanna Destito: Why did you need to inform the story of a youthful Dejah?
Chuck Brown: I needed to inform the story of a youthful Dejah as a result of it presents a chance to discover her backstory and growth as a personality. It additionally permits us to delve deeper into the wealthy tradition and historical past of the planet Barsoom.
Destito: What drew you to this character and universe?
Brown: What drew me to this character and universe is the robust, impartial, and clever portrayal of Dejah Thoris, in addition to the distinctive and imaginative setting of Barsoom. The mix of science fiction and fantasy components additionally offers lots of artistic potentialities.
Destito: How has it been working with this artistic staff?
Brown: Working with this artistic staff has been an ideal expertise. We’re all followers of the unique Barsoom tales and are devoted to staying true to the supply materials whereas additionally bringing recent and thrilling new components to the sequence.
Destito: What do followers of Barsoom should stay up for?
Brown: Followers of Barsoom can stay up for experiencing the world by way of the eyes of a younger Dejah Thoris, in addition to encountering new characters and creatures that add depth and complexity to the universe.
Destito: Any teasers about upcoming characters, plots, and many others?
Brown: I can’t give away too many particulars, however readers can anticipate to see the introduction of recent cultures and factions on Barsoom, in addition to new types of know-how and weaponry. There will even be some stunning plot twists and character developments that may preserve readers on the sting of their seats. Total I feel readers can be pleasantly stunned.