Destiny, NY, the ongoing graphic novel series created by Pat Shand & Manuel Preitano about a world where magic is a real and accepted part of life, has launched a spinoff webcomic. Destiny, NY: The Space Between, a seasonal webcomic telling standalone stories focusing on the supporting cast of the series, launches its first episode, Summer Solstice. Written by creator Pat Shand and illustrated by Rachel Dukes (Frankie Comics, Steven Universe), Summer Solstice is a feel-good and comedic story about former magical girl Logan McBride moving in with her temperamental girlfriend Lilith, and the storm of craziness that follows.
Shand says, “With this webcomic, our aim is to broaden the universe of Destiny, NY. We introduced a wide variety of characters with our first volume, so this seasonal webcomic is a way to have fun in that world, telling stories that don’t necessarily fit in the ongoing narrative. We’re starting with a romance, but our next episode could be a dark crime thriller. Anything goes.”
Destiny, NY: The Space Between will feature a different artist for each episode. The first episode, Summer Solstice, can be read for free on Tapas: https://tapas.io/episode/734387
Writer: Pat Shand
Artist Manuel Preitano
Set in a version of New York City where magic is a real and accepted part of life, Logan McBride struggles to find purpose. She was the subject of an incredible prophecy when she was a child, but fulfilled her foretold destiny when she was just thirteen. Now in her twenties, Logan navigates through graduate school for Prophecy Kids while searching for her place in a world that tells her sheʼs already finished. Slice-of-life romance and drama meets the mysterious intrigue of urban fantasy in the first volume of this brand new graphic novel series by author Pat Shand (Guardians of the Galaxy, Robyn Hood) and Manuel Preitano (Wonderland, Goddess Inc).
Destiny, NY Volume One can be purchased on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Destiny-NY-Who-Used-Be/dp/0998658502.
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