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A Look Into ‘The Deep’

Tuesday 26th March / posted by Chris Wheeldon

A family lives deep below the sea– a modern family made up of many ethnicities.

They live in a submarine and have adventures. They’re the Nektons and they inhabit the Deep – a graphic novel series.

And despite also writing adventures for Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Luke Skywalker and Boba Fett – they excite their creator Tom Taylor the most.

Tom’s in Melbourne – he’s just launched the newest Nekton story there – and he’s also looking towards taking them to TV

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