This story is a culmination of demented dreams, family history, and my love for Guillermo del Toro’s style of storytelling. From The Devil’s Backbone to Pan’s Labyrinth and Crimson Peak, I love the way he uses ghosts and mystical creatures to create an atmosphere of terror to reflect deeper meanings and develop tragic stories. I’m always intrigued by stories that appear to be scary on the surface but have many more layers and meanings.
Nook is inspired by these stories, and I hope when you experience it you will discover that there is much more to this little tale than meets the eye.
If you can SHARE this or help support it (I pledged $25 which is about what you’d pay for a graphic novel anyway) that’d be great! It looks really neat – I may be biased cause I love ghost stories and historic settings and cats – and I kind of can’t wait to read it. But I’d love him to get up to the $3500 goal so that we unlock all the goodies!