Solar Flare #1

Solar Flare #1

Writer: James Haick Iii Artist: Branko Jovanovic Publisher: Scout Comics Release Date: April 12, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Where were you when the world went dark? The world has been plunged into darkness and society as we know it has launched into chaos. Jake Clifford was just a regular guy, a man trying to achieve greatness in his career and a father doing his best to be the man his daughter deserved. That is, until a solar flare makes contact with earth, wiping out all electricity and modern technology with one fatal blow. Now Jake must adapt to this new world, hoping to one day be reunited with his daughter who was states away when the lights went out.

  • 8.6
    SciFiPulse - Oral Frier Apr 18, 2017

    The debut issue of Solar Flarefires on all cylinders. The story remains interesting throughout the issue, the art fits perfectly, and the cliffhanger really sparks the desire to delve deeper into this world. This new comic is a winner. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Graphic Policy - Brett Apr 12, 2017

    Solar Flare #1 is a fantastic start of a disaster comic whose focus on tension and the build pays off by the end of the issue. I can't wait to see if that continues throughout the series, but no matter, this is a great issue to start things with. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Apr 12, 2017

    Usually, I don't go in for "they've cut the power" future stories, but the way this one is being presented is just different enough that I'm going to stick with it. I'm curious how the main character will continue on his path or if he'll be more humanized as the story goes on. Time will tell, but at the very least Scout Comics has managed to grab my attention yet again. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Apr 7, 2017

    With the number of disaster books out there, it is increasingly hard to come up with something unique. It is possibly due to the sheer dearth of these types of books, that makes the loss of technology seem a tad original. After all, at least it's not zombie's! Still, Haick and Co will need to be on top form to build on the solid foundations, laid by this first issue. Read Full Review

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