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South Georgia Native releases new comic book

BAKER CO., GA (WALB) -

A South Georgia native is releasing a new comic book series.

Tim Haire and his team were in Baker County shooting photographs for their new comic book called Fog Walkers on Saturday.

Right now they have a trial book out, but plan to release the official comic in a few months. He says the idea  came about as part of an assignment for his college class.

"What I came up with was similar to the old world war two propaganda posters. The red and white and support your troops and stuff like that, but I went the sci fi route and thats actually how the fog walkers were created," says creator Timothy Haire.

He says they plan to make 10 books in their first volume, which will be released monthly starting in January.

 

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