Not too long ago we told you about Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky’s “edgy” retelling of Noah and the Ark. Noah has a home at Paramount now and in the meantime, Aronofsky has been working on a graphic novel version of his Biblical dream project with Canadian artist Niko Henrichon (Pride of Baghdad). The first volume of the 72-page graphic novel is available (retitled Noe) online. Henrichon promises, “Those who believe that [they] are just going to recycle the myth of the Old Testament may be disappointed.” The action-packed project tells the story of Noah, who was ” … beset by visions of an endless flood, symbolizing the destruction of all life. Gradually he began to understand the message sent him by the Creator. He had decided to punish the men and kill them until the last. But he gave Noah a last chance to preserve life on Earth … ” Check out a preview of the first few pages of Noe, along with a trailer, after the jump.
[Spotted via /Film]