This limited edition comic is not available in stores. It's a special creation they hope will reach a new audience who be inspired by the story and art to check out the live show. KÀ's Artistic Director Marie-Helene Gagnon was deeply moved by some of the images and an interesting side effect is the comic book has been inspiring some tweak ideas for the stage production.
While no new plot was added, the comic does fill in a few narrative grey areas even the enormous KÀ set and staging was unable to convey. And, the pages do so minus any dialogue. The creators chose to tell the story via an omniscient narrator.
If you'd like your own copy, Cirque will -- on occasion -- let them loose as prizes, premiums or special offers. There's also eBay. Or, you can read the whole comic online in a special digital edition here. No timetable for the remaining three comic books, but both parties are enthused about finishing the series, if only as a gift to the rabid Cirque fan base.