Some hot n spicy scifi CXrecs comin’ right up!
Prophet is amazing. One of my favorites. Big big royalboiler fan.
I asked around the office, as this is something I’ve been looking for also and here’s what I got:
- Starstruck - An anarcho-futuristic adventure that eschews gender roles and linear storytelling. A cult classic science fiction comic if there ever was one.
- Old City Blues by milonogiannis, whom you might recognize from his work on Prophet! A futuristic noir involving corrupt politicians, drug dealers, and mech smugglers.
- Manhattan Projects - A current Image fan favorite, by pronea (Jonathan Hickman) and nickpitarra - A revisionist history that has the creation of the Atomic Bomb at it’s center.
Also, if you like Brandon Graham, maybe try checking out some of his other stuff. Although it’s definitely not the same style as Prophet, Multiple Warheads is really amazing.
Joe is a young man with no home, no purpose, and almost no friends…though he does have a very special cat. With a simple injection, Joe’s cat can be anything: a weapon, a tool, or even a cuddly companion. But what-if anything-can transform Joe? Whatever it is, it can probably be found in King City, an outrageous semi-futuristic city full of spy gangs, alien porn, and reasonably priced diners.
Check it out here: http://cmxl.gy/1cZFBox
a combo of two of my favorite comics, Prophet and Adventure Time. y’all should read those things. top quality things.
This picture is perfect since we’ve got a super rad Adventure Time sale going on right now and on Facebook we asked what people think is the best sci-fi title for people who are #NewToComics My pick is Prophet by the awesome royalboiler, if you didn’t get that. Which you can check out right here: http://cmxl.gy/pr0ph3t
I thought it would never come, but the weekend has arrived, and to celebrate I am going to kick back and binge hard on Brandon Graham’s Complete Multiple Warheads!
In Multiple Warheads, ex-organ smuggler Sexica and her werewolf boyfriend Nikoli travel across a sci-fi/fantasy version of Russia while the hardcore organ hound Blue Nura tracks a bounty across radioactive wastelands.
How’s that sound for a relaxing weekend read?
Excellent review of the latest issue of Prophet from the AV Club recently.