Blade Runner 2039 #1
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Blade Runner 2039 #1

Writer: Mike Johnson, Mellow Brown Artist: Andres Guinaldo Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: December 7, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
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Los Angeles 2039. It has been three years since Niander Wallace introduced his brand of 'perfectly obedient' Replicants, and the ban on synthetic humans has been lifted, at least for the new Wallace models?the older Tyrell Corp's Nexus 8 units are still hunted by Blade Runners. Cleo Selwyn, first seen as a small child in Blade Runner 2019, has returned to L.A. some twenty years later, searching for Isobel, a Replicant copy of her real mother who died when she was three. Cleo believes that Niander Wallace is holding Isobel captive, and the only person she can call on for help is the one who saved her so many years ago: Aahna 'Ash' Ashina, now more

  • 10
    Kabooooom - Matt Morrison Nov 28, 2022

    Fans of Titan Comics' earlier Blade Runner titles will find this to be an excellent capstone on Ash's story. Newcomers would do well to seek out Blade Runner 2019 first and start the story at the beginning. In either case, this is a fitting and thrilling continuation of the movies. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Get Your Comic On - Dave Jones Dec 8, 2022

    As a Blade Runner series this looks to be one of the best yet, if this is the final chapter we are in for an explosive end. This first issue perfectly lays the foundations for what is to come and my anticipation levels are at a all time high. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    But Why Tho? - Charles Hartford Nov 30, 2022

    Blade Runner 2039 #1ultimately gets its narrative off to a solid start. It does an excellent job of establishing its primary cast while leaving enough unsaid about them to pique a reader's interest in what is to come. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Dec 7, 2022

    BLADE RUNNER 2039 #1 kicks off a new series in the Blade Runner franchise with a new hunt for a prototype replicant led by the worlds first replicant Blade Runner. The visual aesthetic and story setup feel right at home in the Blade Runner universe, but the plot and main character feel too similar to previous arcs to generate excitement. Read Full Review

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