"[The characters of 'Afar'] have to flee across the desert and find a new life in a bustling metropolis," Del Duca told attendees. "They live on a desert wasteland, but it also takes place on a bunch of different planets -- aquatic planets, other desert planets. Earth is even in there, for a panel."
"I'd say it's more fantasy than sci-fi, it's not based on any science truth," she added. "I wanted to write a book for Kit [Seaton] that took me back to my own childhood."
- Image Comics (@ImageComics) April 6, 2016
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