Published by Image Comics on June 10th 2015
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Abram Pollux barely survives a crash landing on Ouro, a lawless backwater planet, only to end up on the wrong end of a bullet. What starts as a struggle for survival quickly becomes a journey to the very edges of what it means to be human, as Pollux searches for answers among the ruins of this forgotten world. And if he can’t have answers, he’ll at least have his revenge.
Collecting: Drifter 1-5
I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This has not influenced my review in any way.
Drifter Volume one is a stunning beginning to a very promising series.
I was left breathless by the end, as in I was actually holding my breath. The first issue of the collection left me underwhelmed. There were a lot of characters and little in the way of explanation. But at the commencement of issue two the story suddenly picked up it’s pace.
The artwork is vivid, clean and colourful. I was instantly drawn into the world and felt the emotion that comes with excellent line and colour work. Some of the dialogue was a bit difficult due to colloquialisms hampering the flow.
In the end I really enjoyed the depth of story and art presented in Drifter. One more badarse space western to add to my shelves.