Free Mars Web Comic In Print July 2012 From Ape Entertainment

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Ape Entertainment announced today that they have become ownership partners in the Free Mars property, currently a web comic with a print OGN releasing in July 2012.

Free Mars is a gritty sci-fi rock opera set against the backdrop of a dystopian Mars colony in the year 2339. As civil war looms on the Red Planet, the Revolution finds an unlikely symbol in the form of a punk band. The group quickly discovers, however, that their new fame comes at a price. Created and written by David Pauwels with art from Nicolas Giacondino, the graphic novel will contain the first year of web comics that started in July 2010. Ape Entertainment has helped publish many creator owned projects but felt strongly enough about this project to help finance it.

Brent Erwin COO of Ape Entertainment explained “We are so lucky to work with so many great creators but this concept had the right mix of timeliness and unique concept. Music as such
an  escape that it's viewed almost like drugs. How many of us would DIE without our ipod or cell phone? Themes of oppression and repression; it might be set in 2339 but there are many similarities to today's society.” A digital version of the book will be available through the Comics+ app from Iverse Media.

Want to keep up to date on Free Mars?  Visit www.freemarscomic.com
Behind the scenes content available at  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Free-Mars-Comic/174517632573227
For more information on Ape Comics, visit www.apecomics.com
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