Aronofsky’s Noah Comes to Life

Thanks to (Patheos’ own) Joseph Susanka for alerting me to the available pages of a graphic novel version of the forthcoming Darren Aronofsky project on Noah.  Aronofsky has done this sort of thing before, ie overseeing a graphic novel as part of the long pre-production process of a film. It’s both storyboarding on steroids and its own unique artistic endeavor.

The Noah graphic novel is called Noe and is so far only available in Europe. Slashfilm has all the goods, including the book trailer, so I’ll send you there, but below you can see a few images below to get an idea of what we can expect from the Noah of Aronofsky’s imagination.

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