Trevor Roth On Days Missing: Kestus #1

Archaia and Roddenberry Productions have begun rolling out the second volume in their Days Missing series, Days Missing: Kestus.

Kestus continues the tale of the mysterious, Steward who has the ability to "fold" critical human memories from time, storing them in his library.

Trevor Roth, creator of Days Missing spoke with us from the floor of the 2010 New York Comic Con about the science fiction/fantasy series.

"It's about an ancient and very mystical being called The Steward and throughout all of history, The Steward has intervened and interacted with humanity," he said. "Because of his mission of secrecy and his powers has folded away any day he has been a part of such that it has been completely eradicated from our memory."

But The Steward has documented each of these memories in his library, resulting in a secret running record of the human race. "So all the days in our history that seemed like, 'this is a turning point in humanity, and this is where we jumped from this place to that place and progressed,' anything like that, he's probably been a part of, but we don't know about it."

Days Missing: Kestus is written by Phil Hester and illustrated by David Marquez with a cover by Alex Ross.

The first issue in Days Missing: Kestus is in stores now. Check out a free preview right here!

http://www.mtv.com/geek/comics/issues/?id=168

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