Higher Earth #2

Higher Earth #2

Writer: Sam Humphries Artist: Francesco Biagini, Manuel Bracchi Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: June 20, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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SPACE IS DEAD. WELCOME TO HIGHER EARTH. Pursued across timelines by the relentless forces of a thousand earths, Rex and Heidi take refuge in the planet-wide slums of Sunshine Earth 9. But how far can they run until they hear YOU ARE ILLEGAL ON THIS EARTH? Created and written by Sam Humphries (Our Love Is Real, Sacrifice, John Carter: Gods of Mars, Fanboys vs. Zombies) HIGHER EARTH is a fast-paced sci-fi epic of infinite possibilities.

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    Crave Online - Andy Hunsaker Jun 22, 2012

    Humphries is taking a risk by not giving us the full scoop of his original series, trusting we'll be intrigued enough by the drips and drabs he dishes out and the plight of Heidi that we'll keep on going. So far, it works well enough, but with Heidi being the only likable character so far, it might wear a bit thin if its stretched out too long. It's fairly commonplace for new books to give us the what-for by issue #3, and that's often the threshold new readers will give a new series before deciding whether or not they're going to stick with it, so we'll see what happens then. The first two issues, though, are fairly imaginative with a breathless sort of pace to them, dropping us at the beginning and right in the middle at the same time. Humphries gets a vote of confidence. Read Full Review

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