Definitely my favorite 'ship in the series. I like how Sansa's obsession with knights and gallantry is completely destroyed when she becomes the Lannister's captive, but Sandor is, in many ways, more noble than the other bullshitters in King's Landing. Curious how the Hound gets back into the story...
Sunday, April 07, 2013
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
It's 4090: the last of humanity occupies an unnamed city resembling a disembodied collection of outsized human organs, each citizen possessing a personal force-field that protects them from the increasingly toxic atmosphere. A last-ditch effort to mine suppressed emotions as a source of energy backfires, causing the stoic society to violently unravel. Completed for Frank Santoro's Spring 2012 Comics Correspondence Course, 4090 is a tense, explosive tale of loss and redemption on an apocalyptic scale.
Influenced heavily by H.G. Oesterheld and Alberto Breccia's masterpiece El Eternauta, with visual nods to Kirby-era Fantastic Four, 4090's loose, minimal style marks a departure from the cleaner line evident in previous works like Power Out. 100 books feature a limited edition rubber stamped cover.
32 Pages, 5.5" x 8.5", Black and White, Retrofit Comics. Order directly from my storenvy store here.