The Immortal #1

The Immortal #1

Writer: Darryl Knickrehm Artist: Darryl Knickrehm Publisher: Waylines Media Release Date: October 14, 2015 Critic Reviews: 3
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Deja Vu
The first riveting issue of the 8 part sci-fi graphic novel!

Part hard-boiled mystery, part sci-fi manga, and all out-of-this-world

"This has to be some of the best stuff I've seen in an indie book" - Big
Comic Page

"The writing is way above most indie comics" - Comic Bastards

"Looking forward to see more of this series" - Comic Wow

Z is the last human in the universe and he doesn't really care. That's
because Z has a problem - he can't remember much before yesterday. The
reason? Z's occupation is killing him. Literally.

You see, Z is a bounty hunter; getting shot down is part of the job.
Luckily his handy Regeneration Chamber allows him to come back and
complete his work. After hunting, dying, resurrecting, hunting and dying
one too many times, however, Z realizes that the hunter life is tearing
him apart; his memory and his life are full of holes. So he takes on one
final payday to get out of the biz. Unfortunately, things don't go as

Waking up in the Regeneration Chamber, Z knows something has gone wrong.
With no memory, however, he has no idea what. All he can do is follow
his past life's footprints, trying to avoid his prior mistakes.
Unfortunately, what Z doesn't know is that he is about to start a
journey that will unravel a vast conspiracy about the death of the human
race, lead him to explore far off worlds, face dangerous aliens, and
eventually care about his own existence. Prepare to to enter the world
of The Immortal.

  • 9.0
    FanboyNation - Lowell Newton Oct 11, 2016

    Overall I highly recommend getting this book. Its a weird and wonderful take on the future. Reading it, gave me the feeling I had when I first watched "The Fifth Element." Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Nov 19, 2015

    With this being an eight issue series I would definitely check out the rest. This first issue was good enough to warrant some good will towards the rest and as long as the story or art didn't drop off, I would finish it. That's saying a lot since I've dropped a lot of mini-series this year after just one issue. The Immortal manages to create an interesting world and give us well-written character to lead us through it. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - David Gladman Dec 8, 2015

    On the whole, this is a great indie title and I look forward to the next issue. Read Full Review

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