“Flight Nineteen” Prequel, Issue 1: The Trade (BnW) A young merfolk witnesses divers from Mephistopolis drilling underwater for oil – and they witness him. The third eye might be just what the scientists have been seeking.
“Flight Nineteen” Prequel, Issue 2: The Cult of Oil (BnW) Anesidora’s reign as leader of the Bio-Mech Revolution in the great City of Oil elevates her status and power. Shedding her humanity, she’s not afraid to wield her power in the name of progress.
“Flight Nineteen” Prequel, Issue 3: The Revolution (BnW) Gaia’s family fled Eirport when the Bio-Mechanical Revolution began, seeking to maintain a life of natural evolution. When Gaia is drawn back to the city, renamed Mephistopolis, she finds out what she’s been missing.
Flight Nineteen is a silent graphic novel; there are no speech bubbles or narration boxes. Your reading of it may differ from the original plot, or from other readers’. The goal of the format is visual storytelling. The whole project began with one drawing, and the story developed with pictures first.Audra has a BFA in visual art and a background in theatre. The combination of these arts led her to use gesture, colour, and design to communicate plot, mood, and narrative. Dive in, keep your eyes open, and enjoy the journey.