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Spacewarp Paperback – Oct. 28 2020
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“Buy it for your kids and read it yourself when they're not looking.” Alistair, Amazon Reviewer
“I liked the girl time-traveller Dada. I thought her look is super cool and liked that she is confident and powerful.” Paris, aged 16.
From Pat Mills, creator of the award-winning 2000AD comic featuring Judge Dredd, comes a new sci-fi comic with six all-action adventures: SPACEWARP!
From the Sfeer, beyond Space and Time, the Warp Lords have launched a SPACEWARP on an unsuspecting Earth, splintering the planet into infinite realities:
★ Hellbreaker: A Prisoner escapes the fires of Hell to punish the Living and becomes the coolest Influencer on Earth!
★ SF1: A Special Force of elite Human, Robot and Alien soldiers battle monstrous Invaders!
★ Fu-tant: At the Warpstar Academy, a teenage boy must use his mutant powers for evil. If he disobeys – his friends die!
★ Jurassic Punx: Dada, a time-travelling shoplifter, and Joe Megiddo, a scientist searching for his family, fight Dinosaurs in a post-apocalyptic city.
★ Xecutioners: Future Cops identify and terminate the Aliens who walk among us!
★ Slayer: One rebel Robot stands against a million Space Knights enslaving the Galaxy!
And all the while, the Warp Lords WATCH…
An action-packed, heroic, humorous, fast-paced and fantastic value-for-money comic! With brilliant artwork from a new generation of top comic artists!
SPACEWARP: Upload it to your brain NOW!
- Publisher : Millsverse Comics (Oct. 28 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 69 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1916338909
- ISBN-13 : 978-1916338906
- Item weight : 186 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 0.41 x 27.94 cm
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The comic has a loose overarching plot device that has higher beings called the Warp Lords creating multiple Earths by which they can witness the pain of humanity over and over. This is the connective tissue that binds the various features and characters in the comic, as each story takes place in a different warped universe. One has future war; one sees demons breaking out of Hell to bring their own form of justice to those of dubious character; one features an invasion of dinosaurs in Liverpool; while yet another involves the trials and tribulations of a group of future mutants...
Mills has always been an economic writer, getting his point across deftly and with minimum fuss. These are all strong stories providing a solid foundation for the world-building to come. The art throughout - in black and white, with grey tones - is superb, with solid storytelling and good character design.
An excellent debut issue, then, and, I hope, the first of many. I certainly look forward to seeing what Mills and his merry band of artists devise for future instalments. Top notch!
If I have complaints, they're mainly that the grayscale art seems a little muddy in places and lacks the clean photorealism of the era of UK comics that Spacewarp seeks to emulate, and it's an equal shame that Pat doesn't indulge his soapbox-clambering impulses for something more explicitly political, but otherwise this is a great mash-up of 2000ad and Action that comes at a good time for those of us who have found Tharg's recent Regene efforts a little underwhelming.
A regular publication schedule would be welcome, but writing this in the middle of the UK's third - or fourth, I can't even tell any more - lockdown, I appreciate that might not be possible to implement at the moment. Here's hoping the future brings us more of this sort of thing.
Digitally, the guided reading mostly works well. It's nice to zoom out to appreciate the whole page. Slightly cheaper on Amazon than on comixology for some reason.