DSTLRY unveils Gone, a new creator-owned sci-fi adventure by Jock

A teaser for Jock's Gone.
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DSTLRY has revealed the details of its first ever series - a new sci-fi adventure that's also the first solo creator-owned project from Jock

Gone follows 13-year-old Abi, a stowaway on a luxury space-liner who is betrayed by her friends and left to fend for herself while dodging the ship's deadly crew. It spins out of the 8-page short, The Stowaway, which will be published in DSTLRY's upcoming anthology comic, The Devil's Cut

"Gone is a labor of love with which I have the rare opportunity to fine-tune every aspect of the story as both writer and artist," said Jock. "I'm grateful to DSTLRY for their unwavering support and for providing a platform where creators can push the boundaries of their craft. I can't wait to share this journey and the world of Gone with everyone this fall."

The cover for Gone #1.

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"Following the outstanding early response to The Devil's Cut, we're excited to carry the momentum into the launch of Gone this October," said DSTLRY co-founders David Steinberger and Chip Mosher. 

"By embarking on his first creator-owned project as both writer and artist, Jock exemplifies the true spirit of artistic freedom and innovation that DSTLRY champions. Jock has been a true partner in defining DSTLRY's approach to creator-owned comics, and we couldn't be happier to support his vision for this ambitious series."

Alternative cover for Gone #1.

(Image credit: DSTLRY)

Jock will be talking up the book at San Diego Comic-Con this week, appearing on three panels including today's The Great DSTLRY Live Draw with fellow guests Tula Lotay and Mirka Andolfo. Tomorrow he will appear at DSTLRY Presents: The Scott Snyder and Jock Spotlight, and on Saturday he'll be at DSTLRY Presents: Drinking from The Devil’s Cut. He will also be signing at the DSTLRY booth (#2314) every day until Sunday. 

Gone will be published in oversized, 48-page perfect bound issues, starting in October. Before then, keep an eye out for The Devil's Cut on August 30.

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