Linder Art Studio Brooklyn, NY.
I decided from the beginning of this project, that it would take as long as it takes to get the job done. When I wrote this graphic novel in 1995 I was working full time as a storyboard artist and illustrator juggling five or six projects simultaneously. I could only devote an hour here or there until it was finished, that was sixteen years ago. Now, I still hold true to my original plan, which is, “It takes as long as it takes.” Any great comic book artist will tell you that it requires devotion to a project to pull off a 32-page comic in a six-week period, this graphic novel is more that 300 pages. The good news is, volume one is complete and available for purchase below, along with issue number 1 of the serialized comic book.
PRISONER OF THE MIND is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of
His partner, Agent Alicia Reece has a theory of why he tried to kill himself that involves his friend Tommy and his past lover Jasmine, but Cole is still in denial. Through a series of mysterious forensic clues, strange dreams and weird blackouts, Cole begins to assemble the pieces of a puzzle. Following the breadcrumbs he obtains classified information from an informant that something more sinister is happening. He discovers that his father’s death might be connected, when suddenly the rat is murdered. This sets off a chain reaction of lies, conspiracy and the death of more agents. Cole finds himself on the run hunted by a ruthless killer with no identity.
Prisoner of the Mind rough storyboards.