Elsewhere #1, Image Comics
Jay Faerber and Sumeyye Kesgin
"COPPERHEAD WRITER JAY FAERBER TEAMS WITH RISING STAR SUMEYYE KESGIN TO UNVEIL ELSEWHERE: THE FANTASTIC STORY OF WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO AMELIA EARHART!" - Image Comics
"Mysteriously transported to a strange new world filled with flying beasts and alien civilizations, Amelia desperately struggles to return home. Along the way, she forges alliances and makes enemies as she goes from aviator to freedom fighter in a rebellion against a merciless warlord!" - Image Comics
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Ghost Station Zero #1, Image Comics
Antony Johnston Shari, Chankhamma and Becky Cloonan
FROM THE CREATOR OF ATOMIC BLONDE - BABOUSHKA'S BACK FOR A BRAND-NEW MISSION!
""Ghost Stations" are abandoned Soviet bases from the Cold War, long forgotten and useless...or so people think! When an EON agent goes missing on the trail of a ghost station in the Swiss mountains, Mr. Clay turns to crime-boss-turned-blackmailed-international-superspy BABOUSHKA to investigate-and what she finds is EXPLOSIVE!" - Image Comics
Issue #1 is a prologue of an unfolding Cold War era mystery. The Story centers around Russian ex-pat Baboushka. Armed her with sharp wit and skilled fists Baboushka must locate long buried and forgotten cold war Soviet bunkers, Ghost Stations.
The book is smart, sexy and is a fun read.
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Stained #4, 451 Media Group
David Baron, Yusuf Idris and Steve Morris
"Emma has just saved Mia from a plane filled with human traffickers in a last minute pulse pound-ing rescue 35,000 feet above the ground. You think that would buy her a day off, however this good deed pulls Emma deeper into the mystery of the other kidnapped children with their whereabouts still unknown. The more Emma searches, the more secrets she uncovers. Emma now believes she has finally discovered the truth. The truth is, she knows nothing." - 451 Media Group
The 4th installment of the 451’s Stained series continuous to impress and intrigue. Baron has fleshed out an arresting character with Emma. She’s smart and surgically efficient with her actions and interactions. We may have more of a handle on Emma, but Baron has maintained a bit of mystery around her past and present to keep us hanging on. We now know what’s happening with Mia and the runaways as we begin to uncover more of the who and why.
The rough texture of Idris’s line work is very expressive without being overly sloppy and messy. The composition of the panels and the content within enable a cinematic flow throughout the story effectively altering the pace as needed. This story is developing into quite the solid series. Baron, Idris, and 451 are one hell of a creative force not to be ignored.
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