by Ed Brisson (writer), Damian Couceiro (art), James Stokoe/Simon Roy (cover art)
Brisson scripts a new series that sounds like “The Dirty Dozen in space” (or maybe, “a dirtier Guardians of the Galaxy?”).
Have you ever wondered what a book starring all those lowlifes in the gutters of sci-fi havens like Mos Eisley would look like? Then we have the book for you.
WHAT IT’S ABOUT: In the distant future, as mankind discovers life on other planets, it needs soldiers to defend its colonies and outposts across the stars. In order to increase the number of boots on the ground, criminals are offered the opportunity to serve in the place of incarceration. But as wars wage on and more soldiers are needed, small-time crimes are given long-term punishments. When a group of prisoners serving their time as soldiers become stranded and abandoned on a war-torn planet, they’ll need to work together to survive and uncover the truth behind Earth’s role in deep space.
INTERVIEW WITH BRISSON