Tales of the Forgotten – Thought Bubble Launch and Panel Details

If you are at Thought Bubble this weekend. I strongly recommend you get this book. – Sci-Fi Pulse

Tales of the Forgotten (£8.50) will be launching at the Thought Bubble Festival this weekend (17th -18th Nov) at table 17 in the New Dock Hall. At the table there will be copies of the Fallen Heroes novel available in both print and audio, the Tales of the Fallen anthology (£10.00) and the special Unseen Shadows Year One digital collection DVD. Sadly we are completely out of stock for issues 1 & 2 of the Fallen Heroes comic adaptation so the best way to obtain a copy will be buying the year one digital DVD. Stocks are limited on both Tales of the Forgotten and the Unseen Shadows:Year One DVD so to guarantee yourself a copy of either or both you can reserve yours (payment via paypal) by contacting us at barry@unseenshadows.com.

Unseen Shadows Thought Bubble Price List

There will also be an Unseen Shadows: Year One panel (Sunday 12:10 – 1pm in the Alea Cinema Room) taking place during Thought Bubble with Barry Nugent, Cy Dethan, Corey Brotherson and Richmond Clements in conversation with Yomi Ayeni about the project.

Alea Cinema Room, 12.10pm – 1pm, free entry with Sunday/Weekend convention pass, 18+ entry only, photo ID may be required, please note: Thought Bubble does not control panel content

The first year in an evolutionary experiment in co-creation & collaborative character development.

In 2011 the first comic anthology Tales of the Fallen, featuring characters from the bestselling novel “Fallen Heroes” was released at Thought Bubble & now the Unseen Shadows team are back. The multiple creative teams involved in the Unseen Shadows project talk about creation & contribution in a shared universe of prose, audio & comics. There will also be a look forward to the future of the project.

This is the story of how the Unseen Shadows took on a life of their own.

Sci-Fi Pulse Reviews Tales of the Forgotten

It is always tough sending a creative project out into the media wilderness to be judged but in this first instance we can breathe a much-needed sigh of relief for Tales of the Forgotten.

As far as this latest graphic novel goes am very impressed with the presentation, but its the choice of writers and the art work that will really sell this book. – Sci-fi Pulse

Have a read of the full review over at Sci-if Pulse.

Tales of the Forgotten will be launching at this year’s Thought Bubble Festival and will be on sale at the Unseen Shadows table  (table 17 New Dock Hall).