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Archeologists of Shadows is set in a world where every living thing is becoming mechanical. Some think that the phenomenon is the will of the gods, and so the Authorities punish those who resist the transformation, although all wonder about the real reason for the changes. Archeologists of Shadows, Volume 2: Once A Nightmare is the second installment of a graphic novel series that has been in development for more than five years. Writer Lara Fuentes and artist Patricio Clarey, based out of Spain, have collaborated with Septagon Studios to publish A.O.S., with editing and adaptation by Preston Park Cooper. This volume continues where volume one left off with over 100 pages of immersive story and art that combine drawing, sculpture, photography, photo manipulation, and digital painting. Visit www.AosComic.com to learn more about the Archeologists Of Shadows series, art, and creators. “A visually stunning comic that will wow you with vivid imagery and a compelling story, going beyond the great foundation built up in the first issue.” Jonathan Pilley, Omnicomic.com
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Archeologists of Shadows is set in a world where every living thing is becoming mechanical. Some think that the phenomenon is the will of the gods, and so the Authorities punish those who resist the transformation, although all wonder about the real reason for the changes. Archeologists of Shadows, Volume 2: Once A Nightmare is the second installment of a graphic novel series that has been in development for more than five years. Writer Lara Fuentes and artist Patricio Clarey, based out of Spain, have collaborated with Septagon Studios to publish A.O.S., with editing and adaptation by Preston Park Cooper. This volume continues where volume one left off with over 100 pages of immersive story and art that combine drawing, sculpture, photography, photo manipulation, and digital painting. Visit www.AosComic.com to learn more about the Archeologists Of Shadows series, art, and creators. “A visually stunning comic that will wow you with vivid imagery and a compelling story, going beyond the great foundation built up in the first issue.” Jonathan Pilley, Omnicomic.com
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