Written by Shobo Coker (right) and drawn by his brother Shofela Coker (left), Outcasts of Jupiter, a sci-fi adventure comic, takes place in the distant future, where outlaws and refugees roam the universe looking to survive.
My brother’s on Kickstarter trying to get funding for a feature film project called “The Hades Pit”. Check out the pitch video above and if you are interested in seeing something like this, please donate!
He has done quite a few features already on shoestring budgets and you can check them out on the Kickstarter page.
“(…) The scientists demonstrated that the act of remembering changes our memories. (…) A memory is only as real as the last time you remembered it. The more you remember something, the less accurate the memory becomes. The larger moral of the experiment is that memory is a ceaseless process, not a repository of inert information. It shows us that every time we remember anything, the neuronal structure of the memory is delicately transformed, or reconsolidated.”—Jonah Lehrer, Memory is Fiction, The Frontal Cortex, June 4, 2010 (via aminotes) (via itwonlast)