Interceptor #1

Interceptor #1

Writer: Donny Cates Artist: Dylan Burnett Publisher: Heavy Metal Release Date: December 30, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 7
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Interceptor tells the tale of Poli and Weep, two freedom fighters on a planet populated exclusively by blood-sucking vampires. A planet called Earth. From Donny Cates (Buzzkill, Ghost Fleet, and The Paybacks) and Dylan Burnett comes a neon-drenched, blood-soaked vision of vampires like you've never seen before! (I.E. sweet mech suits and laser swords and stuff!) Variant cover by Daniel Warren Johnson (Ghost Fleet) #SpaceSucks!

  • 10
    Horror Talk - James Ferguson Dec 23, 2015

    Interceptor is a solid debut with an amazing story and killer artwork.  It seamlessly merges genres, blending the best elements of sci-fi, horror, action, and comedy in one melting pot of awesome. This first issue leaves things off with such a great hook that will have you clamoring for more. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Feb 29, 2016

    The collaboration on Interceptor is perfectly in sync. I can't remember the last time I read a first issue in which the writer and artist were working this tightly together and weren't the same person. Here's the thing, this book is for people who enjoy comics. Not superhero comics. Not big two only comic readers, but people who have grown up with the medium and figured out, "hey this shit is like tv, movies and video games all rolled into one." With comics you get stories that are amazing and would never exist anywhere else. This is one of those stories. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comicosity - Nikki Sherman Dec 18, 2015

    Interceptor #1 is a story you don't want to miss.Heavy Metal has a slate of great comics coming our way, and this first issue is certainly one of them. Donny Cates has concocted yet another compelling story and his talent is matched by Dylan Burnett's drool-worthy art. Heavy Metal has a hit on their hands withInterceptor, and you will be kicking yourself all the way to the stars if you pass this one up. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Geeked Out Nation - Jess Camacho Jan 6, 2016

    “Interceptor” wants you to have a good time and with a fully formed set of characters and amazing, bombastic art, it's easy to do that. Heavy Metal is poised to have a big 2016 and if “Interceptor” is any indication of what's to come, we're in for a real treat. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    Graphic Policy - Brett Jan 9, 2016

    I had no expectations going in to this first issue, I hadn't even paid attention as to the creative team. I'm so glad I picked up this first issue. Such a fun solid start that has me wanting to check out the next issue, and maybe see what else I've been missing from Heavy Metal. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Alex Mansfield Nov 2, 2015

    Cates and Burnett have given themselves a heap of ideas and contrivances to juggle and explore, but hopefully the getting everyone up to speed portion is set in stone and the focus can shift firmly on developing two irresistibly captivating female leads in a richly realized setting. An aggressive salvo of an opening issue that accomplishes everything a #1 is supposed to including a tantalizing premise, rich and engaging characters, effervescently mesmerizing visuals, and the promise of an absolute planet-wide frenzy of vampiric future sci-fi war. Welcome to Earth. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GWW - Enrique Rea Jan 8, 2016

    ‘Interceptor' #1 is a fantastic addition to Heavy Metal's fledgling comic book division. It's already off to a promising start with much of the exposition and backstory out of the way the perilous mission on the vampire-controlled earth can begin. You can't go wrong with an interstellar vampire space adventure with two courageous girls as its leads. If we've learned anything from the movies over the last year is that women rule and that's just the cherry on top for ‘Interceptor.' Read Full Review

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