Distance Mover

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September 2014

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“Patrick Kyle has created a comic that has a magical mix of captivating storytelling and great drawing style. With a tip of the hat to Dr. Who, Mr. Earth explores strange worlds and studies their cultures… If you’re looking for a captivating adventure that’s easy to get into, with visual surprises on each page, then step aboard the Distance Mover.” — Matt Lamothe, Book By Its Cover

Mr. Earth can move incredible distances in his improbable Distance Mover, a wondrous vehicle that reflects the fantastic world it traverses. He, and his young art-star protégée Mendel, explore culture-rich crystalline cities, challenge the mighty Council of the Misters, try to overcome the all-conquering Ooze, and much more!

Patrick Kyle lives and works in Toronto, ON. He is the co-founder and editor of
Wowee Zonk , a contemporary comic book anthology featuring up-and-coming international artists. He has been previously nominated for Doug Wright and Ignatz awards for his self-published comic book series Black Mass and Distance Mover.

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“No matter how weird things get in this book and how strange its points of view become, it never stops feeling real. This is a beautiful, odd book, and it’s well worth the effort it takes to immerse oneself in its understanding of reality.” – Rob Clough

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“This is a thoughtful, fun story with an art style completely different from most anything I've previously read … For a fun, very different sort of science fiction experience, give Distance Mover a look.” – James Kaplan