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The Voyageur is a graphic novel, illustrated by Nick Marinkovich (KENK, Marvel's When The Hulk Attacks, Underworld, Nightwolf, Impaler), written and conceived by documentary filmmaker/screenwriter Jeff Sturge (Mayday, Storming Juno, Cold Blood). Compelling characters drive a fast-paced story set in the 17th century that addresses themes of alienation, a young boy's coming of age and a fish out of water thrust into a strange new world. Marinkovich's signature ink-rendered, photo-based artwork has been heavily stylized to achieve a haunting look. Every detail of this novel has been accurately recreated from over two years of meticulous research.

"It's now fashionable for certain young people - with no outwardly useful talent - to unearth ancient secrets like logic and philosophy. Then use them to condemn a church that wants only to save their souls from hell."
The Voyageur

Jeff Sturge, Nick Marinkovich
2015
The Voyageur
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