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Buy This Comic Void Trip 1Buy This Comic Void Trip 1

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. “From writer RYAN O’SULLIVAN (Turncoat, The Evil Within, Warhammer 40,000) and illustrator PLAID KLAUS (Turncoat), comes the story of Ana and Gabe, the last two humans left alive in the galaxy. They’re low on fuel, they’re low on food, and they’re low on psychedelic space froot, but they’re still determined to make it to the promised land: hippy-paradise, super-planet Euphoria. This is the story of their journey, the friends and enemies they made along the way, and how the universe responded to those who dared to live freely within it.”VOID TRIP #1 (W): Ryan O’Sullivan (A): Plaid Klaus (L): Aditya BidikarVoid Trip #1 is captivating in the best kinds of ways. Space hobos trying to get to their paradise among the stars? I mean, what more can you ask for? Ryan O’ Sullivan and Plaid Klaus bring their epic space trip Void Trip to us via Image Comics. Even though this is only the first issue, you can already tell that you’re in for a completely bonkers and enjoyable voyage ahead.via Image ComicsRyan O’ Sullivan’s writing is entertaining and keeps you enthralled in this world. He doesn’t let you down with his world building and keeps you on your toes throughout the panels to figure what’s going to happen next. O’Sullivan brings many strengths to Void Trip #1. O’ Sullivan’s delightful and witty dialogue that truly let the characters introduce themselves. But, his ultimate strength within the comic is his character dynamics and development between the main two Ana and Gabe.Ana and Gabe are the last humans, and you honestly become curious about HOW they became that. Sullivan works wonders with his characters. Ana carries a quirky annoyance in her hippie vibes, and Gabe has a “Heimdall” like chill to him, where he just wants to get to the destination within the bull. It feels like an “us against the world” story. His characters aren’t your typical protagonists, hell, they might be downright unlikable. Yet, O’Sullivan creates an unlikely duo on a very strange and puzzling journey, but they remain exciting and mind-boggling. Within the dialogue and with each interaction, you get a grasp of how different these two characters truly are and how they could have withstood each other all this time.via Image ComicsPlaid Klaus’ art very much takes Sullivan’s words and mold them into the space adventure of a lifetime. Klaus illustrates a vast and exciting world that almost goes back to some space media we’ve seen before. For example, that bar scene reminds me a bit of the Chalmun’s Cantina (or Mos Eisley Cantina, I’m not picky) from Star Wars.One thing to take notice of Klaus’ art is how he’s able to capture so much within the panels. The overall feeling his art brings to the comic absorbs you not only in its story but in its landscape. He brings a vastness into this trip. Klaus maps out where they are and plays with time and space in his art and colors. You’d think this was somewhere on earth if it didn’t especially say it so and it makes it even more appealing. Klaus’ art efficiently gives you feeling of falling in, but fits phenomenally within the story.via Image ComicsAditya Bidikar’s letters place effortlessly in Void Trip. I love when letters can take the script and art and efficiently allow you to read and zoom into something you’re supposed to see. Bidikar does that brilliantly here. He leaves room for you to take in Klaus’ limitless art but also points you to it. Bidikar’s lettering never pulls away from the story but instead draws you in further.Void Trip #1 is just the beginning of a tricky and troublesome trip that’s only going to get better (or worse) from here. If you’re into space hobos, galaxy rides, and vast, strange lands, you need to add Void Trip to your pulls. Void Trip #1 is now available on Comixology and your local comic shop.11/22/17 Releases – In addition to Void Trip #1, here’s a list of other new titles that came out this week that you should be reading.Doom Patrol #9 by Gerard Way  (W), Nick Derington (A), Nick Derington & Tom Fowler (I) DC ComicsDoomster’s Monolithic Pocket Alphabet by Theo Prasidis (W), Maarten Donders A) Image ComicsDoomsday Clock #1 by Geoff Johns (W), Gary Frank (A), Brad Anderson (C) DC ComicsImaginary Friends #1 by Tim Seeley (W), Stephen Molnar (A), Quinton Winter (C) Vertigo Buy This Comic: DEATH ORB #1Buy This Comic: MAN-EATERS #1 center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more