Vandroid By Tommy Lee Edwards’ Noah Smith And Dan McDaid, Resurrected For Dark Horse In February

As revealed at NYCC, here comes Vandroid from Dark Horse’s sci-fi line in February. But it’s not just about the comic.


Written by Tommy Lee Edwards and Noah Smith, with art from Dan McDaid, it;s an attempt to recreate a fictionally lost sci-fi movie from 1984. Complete with fake soundtrack and a fake trailer for the fictional movie.

When Palm Springs Entertainment studios burned to the ground in 1984, the most definitive motion picture of a generation was lost before its time. Thirty years later, the extraordinary talents of Tommy Lee Edwards, Noah Smith, and Dan McDaid unite to resurrect this lost epic.


Here’s a clip from the soundtrack found at the website devoted to the project.

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