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Central City Tower Debuts Graphic Novel at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo


Central City Tower makes its official debut at the C2E2 convention. The two brothers return to their home town to premier the graphic novel: Project 0 and the uniquely animated West African folk tale series: Spider Stories. The Tower will be in Chicago at McCormick Place West, booth SP02 this weekend March 18 - 20.

Chicago, IL, March 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The two brothers behind Central City Tower (www.centralcitytower.com), the online graphic novel Project 0 and the animated Spider Stories are coming to C2E2 March 18 - 20. Once Chicago natives, the duo returns to their old hometown to premier the printed edition of Project 0, and officially launch Central City Tower.

Central City Tower (the Tower) represents the diverse evolving talent of John Agbaje, 24, and Charles Agbaje, 21. The brothers behind Central City Tower are creators first and foremost. Having told each other stories over the years, the two have finally put pen to paper in the form of the graphic novel, Project 0, and the animated African folk tales Spider Stories.

Project 0 chronicles the story of a young orphan, Owen, who finds himself gifted with the power to manipulate the world around him. Owen and his two friends have a chance encounter with a mysterious private military organization, The Lancers, and two saboteurs who are willing to go to great lengths to stop them. Thus begins an adventure that will shake the foundations of reality itself.
The mystical animated endeavor Spider Stories begins with Drummer. A normal boy is given a powerful magical instrument by a mischievous spirit, but finds his luck quickly changing. Set in a world inspired by West African folk tales, this fantasy draws on the creators’ heritage to tell a universal story of meaning, caution and heart.

Visit Central City Tower at booth SP02 at C2E2 at McCormick Place, 2301 Lake Shore Drive, March 18 - 20. Follow the Tower on Twitter (@centrlcitytower) and become a fan on Facebook (facebook.com/centralcitytower).

Contact:
John Agbaje
press@centralcitytower.com
(757)651-2163
www.centralcitytower.com

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