Precious Metal #1
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Precious Metal #1

Writer: Darcy Van Poelgeest Artist: Ian Bertram Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 5, 2024 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 8
9.4Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

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Mini-Series Premiere. Thirty-five years before the events of Little Bird Volume 1: The Fight for Elder's Hope, disillusioned mod-tracker Max Weaver's routine hunt for a modified child takes a grisly and unexpected turn. Now, saddled with an unpredictable mod who may be the key to unlocking his missing memories, Max will soon find that he isn't the only one interested in the child's unique abilities-and if he wants to know more, it's going to cost him everything. Eisner Award-winning creative team Darcy Van Poelgeest and Ian Bertram reunite for their gripping return to the dystopian American Empire.
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  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Spencer Perry Jun 5, 2024

    Bertram's artwork is like a primal scream that has taken form, delivering shapes and lines in one splash page that outpace some entire comics. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Gonkbonk - Javier Reyes May 30, 2024

    Precious Metal #1 brings readers back into the fascinating world of Little Bird with a hard-boiled tale about a man torn between the need to survive and finding answers. Fans of the acclaimed miniseries will be excited to know that this new run delivers everything that made Little Bird an incredible read and more. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    The Comicbook Dispatch - dragoncache Jun 5, 2024

    Max may be a fly caught in a web of intrigue, but the bounty hunter battles powerful factions amid genetically modified Humans in Precious Metal #1 as he seeks to discover the truth of his existence. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Chris Coplan Jun 4, 2024

    The debut does quick work to both connect to the beloved original series while innovating both visually and thematically. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Multiversity Comics - Matthew Blair May 17, 2024

    The familiar but well written story that borders on cliche is complimented by some of the most fascinating artwork you will see this year.. Read Full Review

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