GIVEAWAY: The Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel at PlayhouseSquare

The Intergalactic Nemesis Live Action Graphic Novel at PlayhouseSquare on January 30

The Intergalactic Nemesis Live Action Graphic Novel at PlayhouseSquare, January 30

UPDATE: After removing 2 pingbacks, congratulations to entry 9, Michelle @tinktastic for winning this giveaway. Please reply to my email confirming you can attend by 1/27.

IntNem Winner

Imagine this: It’s 1933. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Molly Sloan is chasing down a story with her intrepid assistant Timmy Mendez and a mysterious librarian from Arizona named Ben Wilcott. A terrible threat is facing the Earth: an invading force of Zygonians – sludge-monsters from outer space.

In The Intergalactic Nemesis (coming to PlayhouseSquare on January 30), our fearless trio travels the Earth and beyond to defeat the Zygonians and hopefully save the day.

The Intergalactic Nemesis was conceived 17 years ago in an Austin, Texas coffee house.  The science fiction epic started as a serial radio drama — performed by three actors and a sound-effects specialist over five weeks. It was recorded on cassette and later aired on Austin’s NPR station.

The Intergalactic Nemesis mashes up period radio drama with the badass visuals of the science fiction comic book

The Intergalactic Nemesis mashes up period radio drama with the badass visuals of the science fiction comic book

The Intergalactic Nemesis was rewritten and re-recorded in 2000 by Jason Neulander. However, it wasn’t until 2009 that the show got a facelift – literally – when Neulander approached artist Tim Doyle about developing the story into a graphic novel.

Through a series of adventures that rival the characters’ journey to the Robot Planet, the comic book’s artwork was combined with the radio drama’s performance concept.

The final result was The Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel.

Three actors voice dozens of characters; one Foley artist creates hundreds of sound effects; one keyboardist performs a score of thousands of notes; while on a two-story high screen they project more than 1,250 individual, full-color, hand-drawn, hi-res, blow-your-mind comic book images to tell the story visually. Live.

Since the Live-Action Graphic Novel made its debut in 2010, it has been featured on Conan O’Brien, NPR’s All Things Considered, and Ain’t It Cool News. It’s toured to more than 80 venues around the US, UK, and Canada.  It’s played at the New Victory Theatre on Broadway and sold out The Kennedy Center. Now it’s coming to PlayhouseSquare!

For one night only, book one of The Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel will be performed at the Palace Theatre. The show starts at 7:30 pm on January 30.

Tickets range from $10 to $25; however, you can win a pair of tickets to The Intergalactic Nemesis right here on Clue Into Cleveland.

How to enter: Do one, some, or all five of the entries. A separate comment is needed for each.

But that’s not all! Come back tomorrow for a Q&A with writer, producer, and director Jason Neulander.

There are 5 Easy Ways to Enter the Giveaway
**You must leave a separate comment on this post for each entry**

1) What’s your favorite science fiction story, comic book, or radio drama? Leave a comment on this post with your answer.

2) Follow @PlayhouseSquare and @ADHicken on Twitter and leave one comment on this post telling me you did both.

3) If you’re a fan of Clue Into Cleveland and PlayhouseSquare on Facebook, leave one comment on this blog post letting me know. If you’re not yet a fan, you can become one here and here.

4) Tweet the following and leave one comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to see @IntNemesis when it comes to #CLE’s @PlayhouseSquare. Enter @ADHicken’s giveaway to win 2 tickets:

You can tweet once per day for additional entries. Just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

5) Subscribe to Clue Into Cleveland via a feed tracker like Bloglovin’ or Feedly and leave one comment letting me know you did. This can also include signing up to receive email notifications in the top-right “Subscribe” section of this page.

You have until Wednesday, January 22 at 11:59 PM to enter. will select the winner, which I will announce on Thursday, January 23. Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry – good luck!

Disclosure: I was invited to attend The Intergalactic Nemesis in exchange for hosting a giveaway. I am also a board member of PlayhouseSquare’s young professionals organization. However, with my love of comic books and science fiction, I would have written about this show and purchased tickets regardless.
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  1. Michelle @tinktastic

    I follow you both on twitter already!!

  2. Michelle @tinktastic

    Tweeted!! As well

  3. Michelle @tinktastic

    I follow both on Facebook already as well

  4. Stranger In A Strange Land is far and away my favorite book.

  5. already followed both on twitter

  6. Like both on facebook!

  7. I’ve got the CiC on my ttrss reader

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  9. Michelle @tinktastic

    Tweeted today!!

  10. Michelle @tinktastic

    I subscribe an get email notifications

  11. Starwars saga

  12. following both on Twitter

  13. liked both on facebook

  14. subscribed!

  15. Liked both on FB and will subscribe to the feed!

  16. I am following you and Playhouse on Twitter!

  17. I tweeted the comment about Intergalactic Nemesis on Twitter!

  18. I happily tweeted today!!

  19. My favorite sci-fi is Doctor Who!

  20. I follow you and Playhouse Square on twitter.

  21. I always read Clue Into Cleveland in my Feedly!

  22. I think my favorite science fiction story is A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle.

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