What would you do to save your family?
Deacon Price is an emotionally broken underwater archaeologist, plagued with horrifying visions. When his daughter gets sick, he charters an expedition under false pretenses to a downed Soviet submarine that’s been missing for decades. What he and his crew find there not only puts their lives at risk, but also the lives of everyone they’ve ever known.
Transdimensional was written by Michael Gordon, a comics writer from Northern Ireland. Although this was his first miniseries, since beginning this project he’s become something of a big deal. Apart from his comics work on Stan Lee’s Lucky Man (TPub), Red Winter (Scout Comics), and Grimm Tales of Terror (Zenoscope), Michael has also undertaken his first prose book in the form of Foundations (Inkshares).
Michael was joined on this journey by an incredible art team. Brazilian artist Henrique Pereira (Inkland Studios) tackled pencils and inks, with colours being done by long-time TPub collaborator Jan Wijngaard (Theatrics, The Traveller, Max Steel). Lettering was done by the legend Jim Campbell, who’s worked on books for Image Comics, BOOM! Studios, and Dark Horse Comics, and the comic was edited and produced by TPub’s founder Neil Gibson.