The Revolution of Cassandra

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The Revolution of Cassandra is a 6 volume graphic novel based on an award-winning screenplay by Eric D. Howell. The synopsis is as follows:[1]

Vin1.jpg Cassandra is the dread-lock & Birkenstock equivalent to Lara Croft. While caught in the crossfire of a raging civil war, this patchouli-wearing, humanitarian must save her tomboy sister from the firing squad by beseeching help from a right-wing gun-smuggler, and changes the entire course of the war by inadvertently starting her own revolution.

An action-romance in the tradition of The African Queen or Romancing The Stone. A female Don Quixote living life as it should be.

This is a story about using your voice for what you believe in, not screaming about what you’re against!

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Evanescence and Veridia frontwoman Deena Jakoub wrote a song titled Use My Voice for the novel, which was registered on ASCAP in June 2020.[2] No release date or announcement by the band has been given yet. Director Howell hinted at Amy Lee's involvement in the project in February 2020.[3]

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References

  1. "Introducing THE REVOLUTION OF CASSANDRA". Facebook. February 15, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/REVOLUTIONOFCASSANDRA/posts/201168591269188.
  2. "Use My Voice (Legal Title)". https://www.ascap.com/repertory#ace/search/workID/908010731. Retrieved June 15, 2020.
  3. "After writing the feature screenplay for ANA'S PLAYGROUND I needed to write something lighter, adventurous, fun, yet still with something bigger to say. Here is that follow-up effort. A graphic-novel based on my award-winning screenplay, THE REVOLUTION OF CASSANDRA. Please follow and share! Fans of Amy Lee and Evanescence in particular should keep an eye on this page." - Voice from the Stone's Facebook (February 15, 2020)