The disappearance of American aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart is one of modern history’s greatest mysteries, and has resulted in a lot of theories about what could have happened to Earhart when she failed to reach Howland Island in the Pacific on July 2, 1937, but none of them are quite like what creators Jay Faerber and Sumeyye Kesgin have in mind for their new Image Comics series Elsewhere.
Revealed in an EXCLUSIVE interview on Entertainment Weekly which contained EXCLUSIVE images which we’ve EXCLUSIVELY ripped off and posted below, the book will see Earhart transported to a sci-fi/fantasy world filled with aliens and dragons and chart Earhart’s quest to find her way home. Well, it’s as good a theory as any.
Check out the interview, and see some pages from the comic below:
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