Snowfall #1

Snowfall #1

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Joe Harris
(A/CA) Martin Morazzo
Writer JOE HARRIS (The X-Files) and artist MARTÍN MORAZZO (Vertigo Quarterly), creators of GREAT PACIFIC, reunite for a brand new ongoing science-fiction series and an OVERSIZED DEBUT ISSUE featuring thirty-two pages of story! In the year 2045 it no longer snows. A catastrophic crash has left the climate ravaged, society splintered, and the newly-christened 'Cooperative States of America' propped up and administered by the powerful Hazeltyne Corporation. Only one man wages an all-out weather war against the system, wielding the forces of nature themselves as weapons. He is the White Wizard. The ghost in the night. Genius. Terrorist. Outlaw. Hero?
Date Available: 02/17/2016
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


There seems to be a whole lot of science fiction books being published right now, and this title has a chance to be one of the best. Both the writing and the art serve to make the story easily understood, which is sometimes the downfall of a brand new sci-fi driven concept. At times, it even veered into the creepy. It's early yet, and it could all fall apart, but it has an equal chance of being awesome. Recommended in the same way that rolling a 7 would be advisable. Hey, it could end up great.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Joe Harris
(A/CA) Martin Morazzo
Writer JOE HARRIS (The X-Files) and artist MARTÍN MORAZZO (Vertigo Quarterly), creators of GREAT PACIFIC, reunite for a brand new ongoing science-fiction series and an OVERSIZED DEBUT ISSUE featuring thirty-two pages of story! In the year 2045 it no longer snows. A catastrophic crash has left the climate ravaged, society splintered, and the newly-christened 'Cooperative States of America' propped up and administered by the powerful Hazeltyne Corporation. Only one man wages an all-out weather war against the system, wielding the forces of nature themselves as weapons. He is the White Wizard. The ghost in the night. Genius. Terrorist. Outlaw. Hero?
Date Available: 02/17/2016
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


There seems to be a whole lot of science fiction books being published right now, and this title has a chance to be one of the best. Both the writing and the art serve to make the story easily understood, which is sometimes the downfall of a brand new sci-fi driven concept. At times, it even veered into the creepy. It's early yet, and it could all fall apart, but it has an equal chance of being awesome. Recommended in the same way that rolling a 7 would be advisable. Hey, it could end up great.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


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