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Duncan Jones and Alex De Campi interviewed by Andrew Sumner (video).

December 18, 2020 | By | Reply More

Director Duncan Jones (of Moon, Source Code etc. fame) and creator Alex De Campi sit down with Andrew Sumner to chat about their graphic novel set in the Moon/Mute universe: MADI – Once Upon a Time in the Future.

The book was crowd-funded and drawn by artists including Glenn Fabry, Simon Bisley, Duncan Fegredo and Pia Guerra. Each artist tackles a 8-30 page section of the story.

Here’s the book’s bumff:

Madi Preston, a veteran of Britain’s elite special operations J-Squad unit, is burnt out and up to her eyeballs in debt. She and the rest of her team have retired from the military but are now trapped having to pay to service and maintain the technology put into them during their years of service. They’re working for British conglomerate Liberty Inc as mercenaries, selling their unique ability to be remote controlled by specialists while in the field, and the debts are only growing as they get injured completing missions. We meet Madi as she decides she’s had enough. She will take an off-the-books job that should earn her enough to pay out her and her sister, but when the piece of tech she’s supposed to steal turns out to be a kid, and she suddenly blacks out… she finds herself on the run from everyone she’s ever known.

Duncan Jones and Alex De Campi interviewed by Andrew Sumner (video).

Duncan Jones and Alex De Campi interviewed by Andrew Sumner (video).

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