Crossed +100: Mimic #1 launched today — the long-awaited return to Bleeding Cool’s publisher Avatar Press’s Crossed franchise, created by Garth Ennis, taken 100 years into the future by Alan Moore and now having Christos N. Gage, Patrick Shand, Emiliano Urdinola, and Raulo Caceres. Each issue is double sized with two full-length stories.
However, unlike the usual announcements regarding these things, there will not be a second printing. What your retailer has on the shelf (or behind the counter; it is still Crossed, after all) is it.
CROSSED PLUS 100 MIMIC #1
(W) Christos N. Gage, Patrick Shand (A) Emiliano Urdinola, Raulo Caceres (CA) Gabriel Andrade
Crossed is back with a giant-size new series! The world of Crossed +100 was created by Alan Moore and introduced us to an entire civilization and language set one hundred years after the Crossed outbreak devoured humanity. Now Christos Gage delves into that future with MIMIC, as one of Beau Salt’s disciples invades a military base to pick apart the best and brightest. Each issue also has a second feature as writer Pat Shand teams up with artist Raulo Caceres to deliver a chapter of AMERICAN HISTORY X, based on the events Moore spotlighted as key points in the saga. Available with a sizzling array of covers: Regular by Gabriel Andrade, History X Wraparound and American History X by Raulo Caceres, Fatal Fantasy and Hellish Homage by Renato Camilo, and Ms Mayhem by Christian Zanier. Don’t miss the three-cover Crossed Over set by Matt Martin, each limited to just 250 copies, not the Gold Leather by Zanier that is limited to just 150! Lastly, a Century (of Blood) cover limited to 100 copies by the artist who started it all, Gabriel Andrade!In Shops: Jun 27, 2018
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