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AfterShock Preview: Girls of Dimension 13 #1

GIRLS OF DIMENSION 13 is a fantasy tale of discovery and empowerment, proving that sometimes all you need is a little help from your friends.

Four young women are brought together by a mysterious invitation to live in a creepy building in NYC. They soon learn that the building houses a portal to the other twelve known dimensions, and that a malevolent creature known as Abraxis has bound these dimensions together, enslaving them to his will. For centuries, the portal has been guarded by a gatekeeper to prevent the evil on the other side from gaining access to OUR dimension.

Now the gatekeeper, Anna Nightlinger, is missing, and the only thing standing in Abraxis’ way is a quartet of young women with powers and abilities they don’t even know they have…for now.

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Written by Inkpot Award-winning writer/artist Graham Nolan (The Chenoo, Return to Monster Island, co-creator of Bane) and illustrated by Emmy Award-winning artist, Bret Blevins (Superman: The Animated Series, Justice League), GIRLS OF DIMENSION 13 is a fantasy tale of discovery and empowerment, proving that sometimes all you need is a little help from your friends.

GIRLS OF DIMENSION 13 #1 

Writer: Graham Nolan
Artist: Bret Blevins
Colorist: Greg Wright
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual
Cover: Bret Blevins w/ Greg Wright
Incentive Cover: Graham Nolan w/ Greg Wright
$4.99 / 32 pages / Color
On Sale
4.21.2021

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For more on Girls of Dimension 13, read the official press interview with Nolan below.

GRAHAM NOLAN ON WHAT THE STORY IS ABOUT AND WHY HE IS EXCITED FOR IT TO COME OUT:

“Four young women are brought by a mysterious invitation to room together in a strange building in NYC. The building is a nexus point. A portal to the 12 other dimensions. A malevolent force known as Abraxis binds these dimensions together. Enslaving them to his will. For centuries, the portal has been guarded by a gatekeeper to prevent the forces of evil on the other side from gaining access to the world we know. To OUR dimension. Now, the gatekeeper, Anna Nightlinger is missing and the only thing standing in Abraxis’ way is four young women with powers and abilities they don’t even know they have…for now!”

GRAHAM NOLAN ON SOME OF HIS INSPIRATIONS BEHIND CREATING THIS BOOK:

“As the father of 3 daughters I wanted to do a story about girl empowerment with the visual craziness of Ditko’s Dr. Strange but with the heart and warmth of the classic Alex Kotzky comic strip ‘The Girls of Apt. 3-G’.”

GRAHAM NOLAN ON 3 REASONS WHY COMIC READERS SHOULD PICK THIS BOOK UP:

“1-It’s fun

2-It’s entertaining

3-There are no polemics or messages hitting you over the head. The way comics used to be!”

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