March 4, 2016
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WENDIGO Comic Makes Best of the Week Roundup

The comic book adaptation of WENDIGO (now reprinted digitally on Comixology) by Fessenden, Brahm Revel, and Peter Chung, makes The Creators Project’s list of the best comics of the week.

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Story by Larry Fessenden, art by Brahm Revel, letters by Peter Chung.

Based on the Glass Eye Pix film Wendigo (2001) written and directed by Larry Fessenden, this comic adaptation originally hit shelves almost 15 years ago. Now, thanks to Comixology, the frenetic work is available again digitally. The story follows a family taking a weekend off in the woods, and follows a tenuous relationship between a father, a son, a mother, a hunter, and a Wendigo—an Algonquian cryptozoological spirit of the forest. Full of tense moments and complicated family dynamics, and illustrated in stark black-and-white by Revel that invoke everything from early American woodcuts to Chick tracts, Wendigo is a 70-page love letter to folkloric horror.

Read the full article here.

September 19, 2015
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The Creators Project Interviewed Fessenden on the 10,000 Page UNTIL DAWN Script

Vice’s The Creators Project just spoke with Fessenden about the history behind and process of co-writing (with GEP pal Graham Reznick) a 10,000 page script for the PS4 game UNTIL DAWN.

From the interview on The Creators Project:

So, how long is the script for Until Dawn? “There’s an Easter Egg in the game that’s called ‘1000 pages’ and Graham and I were laughing about that, because all in all it ended up being around 10,000 pages that we wrote. That number’s derived from the fact that we wrote the game twice, once for Playstation 3, and once for Playstation 4.”

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Read on for the full conversation.