Choose Your Own Adventure: Journey Under the Sea (Paperback)

Choose Your Own Adventure: Journey Under the Sea By Andrew E.C. Gaska, E.L. Thomas, Dani Bolinho (Illustrator) Cover Image
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From the hit Choose Your Own Adventure®  novels comes a new adapted graphic novel taking readers on their own visual adventure as a diver and new crew member of the ship Maray, a scientific vessel seeking to solve the mysteries of the ocean.

In the newest Choose Your Own Adventure®  graphic novel comes an underwater epic where YOU get to choose the destination. With your submarine vessel, the Seeker, you'll explore the ocean depths and all the mysteries, creatures, and monsters that inhabit the ocean floor. Some will be familiar: squids, whales, and of course the Great White shark. Others will be entirely new to your eyes, like the city of Atlantis. So how will You proceed? Will you willingly dive into the depths? What paths will You choose?

About the Author


An Ennie Award-winning game writer, creative director, and sci-fi author with twenty years of industry experience, Andrew E.C. Gaska is also the Senior Development Editor and Head Writer for Lion Forge Animation. In addition to developing STEAM education projects, Andrew has adapted two classic Choose Your Own Adventure ® books to graphic novel form. He is a freelance consultant to 20th Century Fox, maintaining continuity and canon bibles for Predator and Planet of the Apes. The lead writer of the ALIEN Role Playing Game, he lives beneath a pile of action figures with his glutenous feline, Adrien.

E.L. Thomas is a writer and game designer who has worked on numerous treatments, story bibles, and scripts for animation. His most recent credits include adapting Choose Your Own Adventure® titles into graphic novels and co-writing the pilot for the Organauts animated series. He is the co-creator of the gaming periodical Rolled & Told. His additional game credits include working on supplements for the Aliens RPG. He lives in the midwestern United States with his comely wife and three spoiled dogs.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781620109847
ISBN-10: 1620109840
Publisher: Oni Press
Publication Date: September 20th, 2022
Pages: 134
Language: English

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