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The Revel Rhodes Saga continues in The ECHO...
 
Part graphic novel, part underground newspaper, The Echo brings you the story of a city in chaos. Follow along as a young journalist defies a media blackout to deliver a first-hand account of a community struggling for justice and freedom for their children.

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BUT WAIT...THERE'S MORE ! ! !
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Revel Rhodes has always been heavily influenced by both historical and current events. Incidents have been rearranged and reimagined, but the references are there for anyone who is looking.
The Echo was originally intended as a leaflet style underground newspaper that would provide side stories and additional context to the Revel Rhodes universe, but the nationwide protests of 2020 presented me with a new opportunity.
The Echo is still a continuation of the Revel Rhodes story (which will be returning for issue 4 next year) - but now it is also its own story about a city overtaken by protests and violence. It is a story about strangers joining together to fight for a common cause. It is a story about radicalization and the fight to maintain order.
2020 - Shield Wall
2020 - Shield Wall

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2020 - Arm in Arm
2020 - Arm in Arm

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The Echo - Concept
The Echo - Concept

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2020 - Shield Wall
2020 - Shield Wall

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The events depicted in the Echo are based on the stories covered by independent journalists and ordinary people. Some you may be familiar with. Others are more obscure. As you read The Echo, I hope you will consider that the stories told and the images presented may be represented in a fictional story, but they are very real. And they are happening right now, all around us.
In the process or researching and writing the Echo, I've come across a wide variety of sources for information and mutual aid. I'm not affiliated with any of these individuals or organizations in any way, and I can't vouch for them 100% - but if you want to know more, or if you need or can provide help, these sources may be worth checking out. I'll add to these resources as I come across them. Feel free to send me any suggestions if you have them. We can accomplish more when we work together.
INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM
And On-the-Ground Conflict Reporting
BELLINGCAT 
Opensource Investigative Journalism
UNICORN RIOT
Independent Media Collective
CRIMETHINC
Media Collective
SETH ABRAMSON
Attorney, Professor, Journalist
Twitter: @SethAbramson
SOUNDTRACK TO THE END
Independent Videographe
Twitter:  @_WhatRiot
CHICAGO POLICE SCANNER
Tracking Chicago Police Citywide
Twitter: @chipolicescan
JUSTIN YAU
Freelance Journalist
Twitter: @PDocumentarians
KEN KLIPPENSTEIN
Reporter at The Intercept
Twitter: @kenklippenstein
NIKOS
Journalist, Videographer
Twitter: @freeworldnikos
DR KAREN CARR
History Professor
Twitter: @Quatr_us
ROBERT EVANS
Investigative Journalist at Bellingcat
Twitter: @iwriteok
GARRISON DAVIS
Investigative + Photo Journalist
Twitter: @hungrybowtie
MUTUAL AID
And Community Outreach
MUTUAL AID DISASTER RELIEF
FOOD NOT BOMBS
EDUCATION - 100% FREE
History and Politics
YALE OPEN HISTORY COURSES
KHAN ACADEMY
iTUNES U
apple.com
REVOLUTIONS PODCAST
HARDCORE HISTORY w/ DAN CARLIN
BEHIND THE BASTARDS
STREET MEDIC HANDBOOK
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