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Get a Life 14 - page 4

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GET A LIFE!
EPISODE 14: THE MUSIC OF THE SPHERES


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Art by Milad Taleghani :iconmulti-comics:

Story & lettering by Franco Villa :iconm3gr1ml0ck:

Story consultants: Alessio Sbarbaro and Alessandro Fumagalli

Edits by Luca Salvadei and Cristian Di Biase

English edits by J.Z. Belexes :iconjzlobo:


NOTES

The Cosmic Consortium of Insemination is a "collection" of almost every alien civilization listed on the pages of the Martin Mystère comic books. Each of them visited Earth in a different age, and manipulated life and people in different ways, but we are not able to understand why: it's simply that, as they are from different planets of different star systems (maybe galaxies), their culture and way of thinking are just too cosmically different from ours to be understood. And, of course, they are dramatically different from each other's!

The Elder Gods don't belong to the Consortium.

The Elohims appeared in "La vendetta di Loki" (Martin Mystère nn.244-245-246).

As the Elohims are based on the theories of "Chariot Of the Gods", our design for one of their "colleagues" (panel 1) is a tribute to Jack Kirby's Celestials (it is well known that his The Eternals comics were inspired by the same book!).

Milad use these local toys for the non-Celestial in panel 1: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6.
It's an obscure toyline from his country, without a brand or a box.

The Houyhnhnms were featured in a Martin Mystère story, under a different name. Which one? The answer will be revealed in Jonathan Swift's Secret Travels (coming next month).

The "Pan" Martians were first seen in "Il sabba delle streghe" (Martin Mystère nn. 38-39-40).
Their story was expanded in "La scure incantata" (Martin Mystère nn.242-243), including other Martian species that were not featured in the original plot.

Being fairly vague in the details about how and when the different Martian species evolved, our fancomic is able to connect the Martin Mystère saga to Nathan Never's.
These two series are supposed to be set in the same universe, but there is a fair share of potential mismatches, due to the huge amount of writers who worked on similar themes with an unrelated approach.

English edits were done by J.Z. Belexes, who is available to edit your stuff: check out his DA page for commissions info.
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