Don't Tell My Wife I'm a Cult Leader ~ A Graphic Novel
🤔 What is Don't Tell My Wife I'm a Cult Leader? 🤷♂️
It’s 1994. The world faces an impending apocalypse known today as the Internet. Floyd Simmons, a couch-surfer turned rebel, finds himself smitten with Mandy, an aspiring artist torn between her passions and Floyd's gnawing ambitions. 🎨
The story begins in the dystopian hellscape known also as the Present Day, where an older, wiser Floyd faces a final showdown with hostile state authorities. As he reflects on his uncanny odyssey, Floyd chronicles how his underdog saga shaped the dawn of the digital age. ✊
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🙆♂️ Seriously, Who Wrote This? 🙋♂️
Time-traveling Texan Todd Steinberg graduated high school in 1994, just as the bygone era crashed headfirst into cyberspace. Todd draws cinematic inspiration from Tarantino to the Coen Brothers and is greatly influenced by TV legends like Mike Judge and the Simpsons. He charmingly balances nostalgia with innovation to craft endearing, offbeat characters within quirky and resonant narratives that Gen Xers and their protégés will find irresistibly engaging. ⌛
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🗣️ What Readers Are Saying 😍
John, a patent attorney from Arlington, Texas says: It's genius. Lovable loser Floyd, whose self-unaware story of stumbling into becoming a cult leader left me laughing and wondering what happens next.
Michele, a freelance seamstress from Oklahoma City says: I like the fast pacing, clever framing and great character introductions in the first chapter. I’m excited to see how the story unfolds.
Serge, a software developer from Sioux Falls, South Dakota says: Cult Leader has a zany, but coherent narrative. I loved the well paced character development and visual Easter eggs.
Joe, a retired graphic designer from Finland says: I liked the work from the title itself. Dark and satirical humor as well as anti-heroes have always been appealing to me. I enjoyed the way the timeline unfolds. The story and the characters are enjoyable to follow and I can't wait for the next chapter.
Arsène, a performance artist from Canada says: I dig the dialogue and story. If Cult Leader keeps delivering like this, I can't wait to see where it goes.
Alison, a copywriter in St. Louis, says: I love it. It’s different. The illustrations fit the tone of the dialogue perfectly. It pulls you in.
Damian, an aircraft technician from Australia says: Great job of keeping me engaged and interested in the story. Looking forward to how things finish with Floyd. What I’m enjoying most is the dialogue, the conversations.
Brad, a marketing agency owner from Dallas, Texas says: Cult Leader has the potential to be the next big franchise in graphic novels. Packed with nuanced humor and emotive characters, it definitely leaves me wanting more!
Andy, a journalist in Austin, Texas says: This entertaining tale of a pathetic misanthrope who, despite his best efforts at wrecking lives, inspires hope in a community. If you've ever stumbled into a reluctant friendship, found true love at a low point, or succeeded when you least expected to, you'll relate to Floyd and his journey.
Kevin, a magician in Middlesex, New Jersey says: Duuuuuudddee!! It is absolutely gorgeous looking and freakin' hilarious. Can't wait to see where this goes because you've got gold.
Todd, the author of Don't Tell My Wife I'm a Cult Leader says: You made it all the way to the bottom of the reviews, I'm proud of you. Not many have made it this far. Here's your prize.