Sioux Falls to debut at Indigenous Comic Con Next Month!

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website_sioux_fallsIt’s been three years in the making, and Sioux Falls is finally arriving in time for the first ever Indigenous Comic Con (November 18th) in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Originally drawn and colored by Wilson Tortosa and Ruben de Vela, Sioux Falls is getting a new artist, and a completely redone first issue of the book by New York Times #1 Best Selling Artist, Amelia (Mercy Thompson: Homecoming & The Bible 2)

The new book will feature both art from Amelia Woo and Wilson Tortosa, while also including over ten never-before-seen prologue pages that lead into the first issue.

For those who are unfamiliar with the book, Sioux Falls is Native American Steampunk story written by Z.M.Thomas and is heavily inspired by his Native American heritage. Drawing influence from the 1862 Dakota Uprising in Minnesota, where Z.M.Thomas’s Great (x4) Grandfather Wakanazhanzhan was hanged amidst the 38 + 2 in the nation’s largest mass hanging in history.

We’re excited to present to you the first look at the new artwork from Amelia Woo for Sioux Falls, out November 2016.

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