Following the monumental success of last year's Eternal Blue, Spiritbox have revealed that they've turned their incredible debut album into a graphic novel with Z2 Comics.
With the help of writer Jim Krueger and artist Amilcar Pinna, the band will be telling the story of Eva, who is 'a brilliant painter on the verge of unbelievable acclaim and success', according to a description. It continues: 'But her inability to reconcile her public perception with her true self allows a Spiritbox – a device used to communicate with the dead to transport her to an ethereal world. Here, she finds herself trapped in a realm where false shadows become real and dangerous.'
"I am in love with this story and artwork," enthuses vocalist Courtney LaPlante. "I cannot wait for you to discover Eva and the world that she has been thrust into. It truly is an extension of my feelings and the state of mind I held while writing our album, Eternal Blue, and the lyrics that resonate with me still. Although we are very different, I can’t help but let a lot of myself seep into Eva’s personality and experiences. I care about her so much. Jim and Amilcar are brilliant and we are so happy to share this with you after keeping it to ourselves for so long."
Eternal Blue: A Spiritbox Graphic Novel will be available in both soft and hardcover editions, with a deluxe version even coming with a fully functional Spiritbox replica. Check it out below: