Review Fix Exclusive: Neil Gibson Talks ‘The Theory’ And More

Review Fix chats with “The Theory” creator Neil Gibson who discusses his new graphic novel series, which is currently live on Kickstarter and how it’s different from his beloved “Twisted Dark” franchise. 
Review Fix: What inspired this comic?
Neil Gibson: Just ideas I had rattling round my brain. 
Review Fix: How is it different from your previous work?
Gibson: It is actually quite similar in structure and feel to Twisted Dark, only these stories are more tightly connected and have a firm sci-fi angle.
Review Fix: What makes this comic special?
Gibson: The creative team we have on board from Lizz the colourist to the amazing artists and co-writers
Review Fix: What creators do you think have influenced you the most?
Gibson: Probably Roald Dahl and Issac Asimov for the short story format that makes you think. 
Review Fix: How do you want it to be remembered?
Gibson: As the start of a great series people will want to reread!
Review Fix: What’s next?
Gibson: Vol 2 of the series and Season 2 of Twisted Dark. 
Review Fix: Anything else you’d like to add?
Gibson: Why not read the stories and see you yourself: 
https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/twisted-sci-fi/list?title_no=226252
If you like it, we’d love your support on Kickstarter:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2032518373/the-theory-a-twisted-sci-fi-series
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