Fiction Quest - Imagination Lost
Fiction Quest is a mix of Stuntboy and Marvel's, Spiderverse. It's about an 11 year old comic geek with slight anxiety issues, who finds out it's up to him, to save all of Imagination, from a mysterious foe.
A devastating move from Long Island to Brooklyn leads to Jay making new friends on his block. Than an emotional outburst has Jay tap into power he's unaware of, which transports the kids to a new world. It's here where Jay and the lost kids find out that Jay is the Fiction Keeper and the protector of the Fictionverse (Worlds created with human imagination). Someone is stealing imagination and that could lead to the end of all worlds. The kids proceed to hop from world to world in an attempt to stop the imagination thief.
Age Range:Middle Grade
Page Count Estimate:150 - 180
Imagination is the most valuable human asset and it has shaped my life and purpose. I also feel it's what defines our culture. Cartoons, Comics, and other creative mediums put a spell on me as a child and into adulthood. They've shaped me into a designer, artist, and storyteller. As an adult I feel it's my responsibility to share my imagination and creativity to entertain, inform, heal, build and inspire. That's my superpower. I want to inspire a new generation to find their superpowers, their purpose.
Through this story I hope kids realize that imagination and creativity are fun but powerful problem solvers.
Daniel Allen Stevens is a cool dad of a 16 year old and 7 year old. He's also an Author/Artist/Designer with over 15 years of professional design experience working in the toy, home decor, and apparel industry. He's worked with companies such as; Disney, Marvel, Auntie Anne's, Bush's Beans, Activision, Walmart, and Threadless. The majority of his work has been based around licensed properties but he's also worked on developing styleguides and original characters.