Lindsey Stirling is best known for her amazing skills as a violinist and dancer, but she has also been involved in other non-musical creative endeavors, including designing her own costumes, acting in YouTube videos, and writing an autobiography. Now, she is co-creating a comic book series, Sparrow.

It’s clear from her music videos that Lindsey is a fan of fantasy and storytelling, and she’s already very good at it. Here is just one example:

 

 

With all of Lindsey’s experience in creative story-telling, it should be no surprise that she would jump at the chance to help create a comic book series. According to the Nerdist, Lindsey will be participating in the creative process of a fantastical comic book series called Sparrow which will be written and illustrated by talented comic artist Darick Robertson.

The main character in this series is a girl with a striking resemblance to Lindsey Stirling who lives in a world full of darkness and devoid of hope; a world where individuals have been stripped of everything that they have, even their identities. After encountering a magical artifact, this girl embarks on an epic journey that could change the world.

Lindsey along with the rest of Sparrow‘s creative team will be presenting their upcoming comic book series at the Comic-Con in San Diego on 22 and 23 July 2017. They will also be participating in a signing. The first of six issues of Sparrow will be published in November by both Aspen Comics and Golden Apple Books. The Nerdist also released some exclusive art from Sparrow which is featured in their article.

More information about the San Diego Comic-Con can be found here. If you are interested in the exclusive Sparrow poster, click here.

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