Jay Faerber lifts up new a high-flying fantasy with ELSEWHERE, this August

“What really happened to famed airwoman Amelia Earhart? As it turns out: a lot. “

Image Comics will bring a new fantasy comic series this August, with Elsewhere, a new adventure by writer Jay Faerber (Copperhead, Zoo) and rising star artist Sumeyye Kesgin.

SEE THE SIX-PAGE PREVIEW AND COVERS BELOW!

Somehow transported to a strange new world filled with flying beasts and baffling alien civilizations, Amelia desperately struggles to return home. Along the way, she forges alliances and makes enemies as she goes from aviatrix to freedom fighter in a rebellion against a merciless warlord!

“ELSEWHERE is the kind of series I’ve wanted to tackle for a long time, with exotic characters, fantastic creatures, and huge scope,” said Faerber. “But I needed a relatable character to hang everything on. I found that character in Amelia Earhart—she’s inspiring, courageous, and most of all, real. And I’ve found the perfect partner to help me navigate this thrilling adventure: artist Sumeyye Kesgin. She’s incredible and absolutely vital to bringing this world to life.”

“It’s an incredible experience working with Jay Faerber!” said Kesgin. “He’s one of the best writers I’ve ever known, and I was really fascinated when he first showed me the outline of the story. I am having fun while creating the entire ELSEWHERE universe because of my love for fantasy and aerial concepts, and I feel really honored, as a female artist, to draw Amelia Earhart.”

ELSEWHERE #1  will have two covers, Cover A by Sumeyye Kesgin and Cover B by Andrew Robinson. Both are set to arrive in comic book stores on Wednesday, August 2nd.

 

Preview Pages (click on each pic for full image and slideshow options):

 

Special thanks to Image Comics for providing access to preview pages. You may follow them for more info and other great books on their official site at www.imagecomics.com.

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