Rich, layered characters, gorgeous futuristic arctic landscapes, clones, and massive swords. What else do you want from a science fiction epic? Black Mask Studios’ Everfrost covers all the bases and more. Written by Ryan K. Lindsay (Eternal, Negative Space) and with art by Sami Kivela (Abbott, Undone By Blood), the first issue of the four-part miniseries set to release this June features colors by Lauren Affe (The Witcher, Stranger Things, Five Ghosts) and letters by Jim Campbell (Wasted Space, Giant Days).
Read details from the publisher:
“Van Louise retired to the ice coast so she could quietly find a way off planet from a world on the wrong side of societal collapse.
She biohacks a dead leviathan to orchestrate passage away into the universe, but her plans are about to get chewed up by a mounting war between the Warlords – violent gatekeepers for the global ruling party – and the Bloom – those who risk extinction living out on the water – as well as a family reunion with her son who she hasn’t seen since he died in her arms when he was a child.”
Everfrost #1 is available on June 2. Ahead of the release, The Beat received an exclusive look at some of the interior art. Take a look below!