Spores Network to launch exclusive NFT collection from Asian American film director & producer Quentin Lee
Committed to being the leading Asian-influenced platform with a global reach, Spores Network is excited to support independent filmmaker Quentin Lee in his latest endeavor to venture into the Web3 space.
Back in November 2021, it was featured on Variety that ‘Mystery Brothers’ Quentin Lee’s Asian American Comic Book is expected to debut in July of 2022 with an exclusive edition at San Diego Comic-Con 2022. Since then, Spores has successfully obtained the rights to distribute non-fungible tokens of “Mystery Brothers” in synch with its publication schedule.
Here’s what is in store for Mystery Brothers NFT Collection:
Mystery Brothers first issue autographed cover — 100 editions
Mystery Brothers Tarot: 0 Adam — 1 of 1
Mystery Brothers Tarot: 1 Jin — 1 of 1
Mystery Brothers Tarot: 2 GX — 1 of 1
Mystery Brothers Tarot: 3 Mom — 1 of 1
Mystery Brothers Tarot: 5 Dad — 1 of 1
The limited collection will be Mystery Brothers’ first collectibles leading up to its debut at San Diego Comic-Con 2022.
Quentin Lee will also drop an exclusive movie posters collection for the queer cult classic film Shopping for Fangs (1997).
Shopping for Fangs one-of-a-kind alternative movie poster — 7 posters
Shopping for Fangs one-of-a-kind motion graphics — 1 of 1
Criterion Channel has featured Shopping for Fangs as part of an impressive lineup in celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Month: My Sight Is Lined with Visions: 1990s Asian American Film & Video.
This deliriously entertaining, ultra-low-budget cult favorite marked the directorial debut of Quentin Lee and future blockbuster helmer Justin Lin while they were both still film students. The leading cast members include John Cho, Jeanne Chinn, Radmar Agana Jao.
Discover this one-of-a-kind collection:
About Quentin Lee:
A Hong Kong-born Canadian-American film writer, director, and producer. He is most notable for the television series Comedy InvAsian and feature films The People I’ve Slept With (2009), Ethan Mao (2004), and Shopping for Fangs (1997), which he co-directed with Better Luck Tomorrow (2002) director Justin Lin.
Lee’s films often feature male lead characters who are Asian American and gay, two minority groups generally not seen as lead characters in mainstream Hollywood films.
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