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Interview with Brian Wells, Author of League and Lantern
I love action-adventure! I was hooked. Those stories profoundly impacted me. He escapes along with two new classmates, Lucy and TJ, only to face a hour fight for survival on the streets of Chicago. And I love how you worded that. Everyone from year-olds to parents to industry professionals are saying that it's an engaging mix of great characters, laugh-out loud humor and mind-bending twists. And it delivers all this in an incredibly imaginative way without any objectionable language, sexual innuendo or inappropriate themes.
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Brian: The book is my heart. Whether we have been doing television, movies or our other projects, my heart has always been year old kids. I have always felt like I had this action adventure in me that would appeal to that age range and that is where the League and the Lantern came from. I grew up around this Abraham Lincoln lore and always thought there was a lot of mystery when we would go visit his tomb. There were some initial ideas there that became seeds for this story. Donna: You mentioned the year olds and I saw where you mentioned on your website that that was one of the tougher years for you.