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 Days Missing Volume 2: Kestus explores the origins of the Earth’s timeless defender, the steward

 

Hollywood, Calif. The ongoing journey of the mysterious hero, The Steward, will continue this summer with the release of Days Missing Volume 2: Kestus from Archaia Entertainment and Roddenberry Productions. Eisner-award winning author Phil Hester returns for this second volume which promises to expand upon The Steward’s intriguing origins and what his existence means for mankind’s destiny. Fans of the series, who’ve been waiting patiently since last year’s exciting conclusion of volume 1, will finally get their answers when Volume 2 is released in stores on July 15.

Days Missing Volume 2: Kestus continues the saga of The Steward, a mysterious being whose ability to “fold” days of time has resulted in critical human events being absent from our historical record. Their existence is not remembered… but the occurrences of these days have forever changed the course of our evolution. Since humanity’s birth, The Steward has stood as a guiding force for our species. But now, he is not alone! The emergence of the ancient being, Kestus, may put everything he knows in question, and the future of those he means to protect in jeopardy. Illustrated by Russ Manning award winner David Marquez, Days Missing: Kestus spans the ages, featuring adventures about ancient China, the burning of Egypt’s Alexandria, the 1969 moon launch, Y2K, and the Large Hadron Collider.

For more information on Days Missing Volume 2: Kestus or other Archaia titles, please visit http://www.archaia.com

About Archaia Entertainment

Archaia is a multi-award-winning graphic novel publisher with more than 50 renowned publishing brands, including such domestic and international hits as Mouse Guard, Return of the Dapper Men, Gunnerkrigg Court, Awakening, The Killer, Days Missing, Tumor, Syndrome, Artesia, Engineer, and an entire line of The Jim Henson Company graphic novels. Archaia has built an unparalleled reputation for producing meaningful content that perpetually transforms minds, building one of the industry’s most visually stunning and eclectic slates of graphic novels. Archaia was named Graphic Novel Publisher of the Year according to Ain’t it Cool News, Graphic Policy, and Comic Related, and was honored with nine 2011 Eisner Awards nominations. Archaia has also successfully emerged as a prolific storyteller in all facets of the entertainment industry, extending their popular brands into film, television, gaming, and branded digital media.

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