will.i.am Writing Wizards & Robots For IDW
Yes, you read that correctly- will.i.am of Black Eyed Peas fame will be writing a comic book. The Grammy winner will team up with futurist and sci-fi writer Brian David Johnson on a one-shot comic out this summer called Wizards & Robots. The story will feature art by Adam Archer.
The story, if you couldn’t guess from the title, focuses on an army of robots who travel through time in search of wizards. The comic will be released in July and will clock in at 48 pages with a price tag $7.99. You can read the full press release below if you don’t believe me. Are you on team Robot or team Wizard?
IDW Teams up with will.i.am for
WIZARDS & ROBOTS!
The explosive one-shot hits stand this July!
San Diego, CA (April 16, 2013) – IDW Publishing has teamed up with Grammy Award Winning musician will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas and noted futurist Brian David Johnson to bring the world an explosive one-shot in this summer’s WIZARDS & ROBOTS!
When an army of futuristic robots journeys through time and space in search of ancient, powerful wizards, the fate of the world will hang in the balance, and a wealth of volatile secrets will be uncovered!
Propelled by will.i.am and Johnson’s inventive story and the expressive art of Adam Archer (Batman: Arkham City, Ratchet and Clank), WIZARDS & ROBOTS takes readers on a vivid, evocative journey through thrilling new worlds. Over WIZARDS & ROBOTS’ 48 pages, readers will travel untold distances to experience the tale of an unthinkably massive battle.
As will.i.am and Brian David Johnson were writing Wizards and Robots, their collaboration in storytelling came with a twist – to make sure that the science featured in the story was correct, and to make sure that the journey through new worlds explored boundaries of today’s science and technology.
Who would you trust the fate of the world to? Wizards or robots?
See who wins this July when WIZARDS & ROBOTS hits the stands!
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