Kaya #1

Writer: Wes Craig Artist: Wes Craig Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: October 5, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 7
8.9Critic Rating
8.4User Rating

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A jam-packed series premiere with 31 gorgeous story pages, plus bonus material and a Jack Kirby-inspired variant cover by DEADLY CLASS co-creator WES CRAIG!
After the destruction of their village, a young girl with a magic arm and a fighting spirit is tasked with delivering her little brother to a faraway safe haven. There, he's destined to discover the secret to overthrowing the all-powerful empire that destroyed their home.
From writer and artist WES CRAIG (DEADLY CLASS, GRAVEDIGGERS UNION) comes an astonishing new ongoing fantasy-adventure series about siblings surviving in a world of monsters and mutants.

  • 10
    Major Spoilers - Robot Overlord Oct 7, 2022

    Jin may be destined to save the world, but it is Kaya who is going to get him there. Read Full Review

  • 9.7
    Sequential Planet - Danilo To Oct 6, 2022

    Kaya is just an aggregate of really well-crafted artworks. The junction of a well-written story, and charming artwork with immersive coloring and lettering make for what's known as a pretty good comic book. If you're a fan of Wes Craig's work and interested in original stories told in post-apocalyptic settings. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Cat Wyatt Sep 13, 2022

    Kaya #1 is a bold introduction to a new world created by Wes Craig. Readers looking for a battle for survival should enjoy what this tale has to tell. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Oct 5, 2022

    Kaya is set to be one of the most exciting new series from Image Comics this year. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Oct 5, 2022

    The action of Craig's fantasy could go in quite a few different directions if it's allowed to do so. Craig has hinted at great civilizations and more significant threats. He's hinted at the possible waning of human life in the world. There is power evident in the lizard people. None of it feels particularly inventive, but it all feels remarkably engaging, centered as it is on a girl and her brother who are primarily alone in the desert.  Read Full Review

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