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The i Word: Malachi Ward on Ancestor & Star Trek [Podcast]

The i Word: Malachi Ward on Ancestor & Star Trek [Podcast]

Posted on November 1, 2016 by David Brothers

ANCESTOR, originally serialized in ISLAND magazine, is a graphic novel about a social network called The Service and Patrick Whiteside, the man who runs it. The Service puts the internet in your head, but what happens when it's taken away? What happens when Whiteside reveals his true nature? In addition, Ward discusses the influence Star Trek has had on his tastes and work.

You can view the podcast on Libsyn, download the mp3 directly here, or subscribe to it on the iTunes store. If you enjoy the show, feel free to tell your friends or give us a review on iTunes!

ANCESTOR is available now.


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