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Christopher Nolan, Sean Murphy explore 'Interstellar' backstory in comic

Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has collaborated with artist Sean Gordon Murphy on a short story to address one of the mysteries of Interstellar: What happened to Matt Damon's Dr. Mann and his robot SKIPP on the other side of the wormhole?

The seven-page comic, titled "Absolute Zero," appears in the December issue of Wired magazine, which Nolan guest-edited, and can be read on Wired.com. Here's how the magazine describes the story:

Before Cooper left his daughter to find humanity a new home in space, there were the Lazarus missions. Led by Dr. Mann, this was NASA’s first attempt to locate a hospitable exoplanet. So what happened to Mann on the other side of the wormhole? We teamed Christopher Nolan with award-winning comic-book artist Sean Gordon Murphy to tell Mann’s story.

"Absolute Zero" is written by Nolan, penciled and inked by Murphy, colored by Matt Hollingsworth and lettered by Tana Ford.

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