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Before he hit it big with Sesame Street or The Muppet Show, Jim Henson started work on an esoteric screenplay with pal Jerry Juhl. Though they tinkered with the document off and on for many years, Tale of Sand was never produced for the big screen. Lost in the Henson archives for decades, this very personal project is finally brought to life in a stunning graphic novel. This week we talk to Archaia Entertainment’s editor in chief Stephen Christy and artist Ramon Perez about the strange journey of happenstance that brought Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand from a forgotten drawer to widespread acclaim from comic fans worldwide.
Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand
Written by Jim Henson & Jerry Juhl
As Realized by Ramón K. Pérez
Color by Ian Herring and Ramón K. Pérez
Lettering and Font Design by Deron Bennet t Based on the Handwriting of Jim Henson
Cover by Ramón K. Pérez
152 Pages / Color / Hardcover / $29.95 U.S.
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