Nick Tomb’s “Graphic Novel” Exhibited at 2023 LA Times Festival of Books

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Nick Tomb’s “The Adventures of Maritime Domain Awareness Man: Issue #1” was exhibited at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The book festival ran from April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.

The display of “The Adventures of Maritime Domain Awareness Man” at the country’s largest book event was made possible by the self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet. The company showcased several titles at the book festival, including Nick Tomb’s work, as part of their mission – to share authors’ stories with the world.

A graphic novel that explores ocean conservation

The Adventures of Maritime Domain Awareness Man” is a graphic novel that follows Kofi, who meets a fabled African water spirit, Esi, granting him the power of maritime domain awareness – the superpower to know everything that is happening in the sea.

With the power granted to Kofi, he is now responsible for informing the people of the status of their ocean. As a blossoming superhero in West Africa, Maritime Domain Awareness Man protects the ocean from oil spills, plastic pollution, and other threats. He helps fight pirates, ocean-based gangs, and corruption.

Nick Tomb aims to “edutain” (educate and entertain) his readers about the threats of human activities to the ocean and the planet. He wants to explore ways to strengthen natural systems, such as coastal mangrove forests, which are indicators of a healthy environment and habitat for thriving species that impact the fishing industry. The author looks forward to delving deeper into the issues that concern the ocean and spreading awareness about the magnificence of the sea.

The Adventures of Maritime Domain Awareness Man: Issue #1” by Nick Tomb is available on Amazon. Connect with the author at

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