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GET A LIFE!
THE SPIDER THAT WAS DRAWN FROM THE HOLLOW EARTH (PART 1)


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Art by Marco Maccagni :iconmarikzero:

Story & lettering by Franco :iconm3gr1ml0ck:

Edits by Joe Teanby :iconjoeteanby: & Luca


NOTES

Original art.

Weird things appear in the space-time vortex that connects different ages.
Godzilla (gojira). An amoeba. Something whose identity only the artist knows.
A sea patrol boat that Martin Mystère has seen fall into a dimensional passage in "Il Triangolo delle Bermude" + "Il segreto del Lusitania" (Martin Mystère n. 9).

The "sun" in the middle of the space-time vortex is the same that Martin Mystère saw in "Al centro della Terra" (Martin Mystère n. 115 bis).
The only difference here is that Torn's metahuman senses allow him to see many other things.

As Torn points out, crossing a Ley Passage cannot be done at will, with the exception of people with special features or wielding mystical items.
In the aforementioned "Al centro della Terra" (Martin Mystère n. 115 bis), Martin Mystère and his crew were able to cross over thanks to Martin's Third Eye (although he didn't even realize that at the time).

The "kawaii" Godzilla" in panel 3 is a joke.

Torn's wetsuit is based on mind-controlled nanotech. Nothing uncommon, during the age of Atlantis and Mu.
 
Torn mentions the short-lived toyline Inhumanoids.

We got from the Internet that, in some Inuit dialect, the words Iqniq and Aasrivak mean respectively "flame" and "spider", but we don't know the rules to combine them into "fire spiders".

Artisy Marco Maccagni originally designed the "spider space" as a spherical room.
Then he revised it as a sort of galaxy made of webs.
Ultimately, he evolved it into the current version: an apparently enclosed space which is actually limitless.
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