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New review of SCORPIUS #0

Brandon Barrows over at Cosmic Book News has reviewed the premiere issue of Farscape: Scorpius. In short, he loved it.

The money quotes:

I was quite pleased with David Alan Mack’s treatment of this character and his scripting over Rockne S. O’Bannon’s (the franchise’s creator) plot. Equally pleasing was Mike Ruiz’s art and Nolan Woodward’s colors. The book has a very dark, ominous tone that fits both the character of Scorpius and the Farscape universe perfectly.

If you are a Farscape fan, or just a fan of good comics storytelling, do yourself a favor and buy this book. I doubt anything will top it on this week’s release list.

One thing I notice after reading several reviews of Scorpius #0 is that many readers are not aware that Scorpius is not a limited miniseries but an ongoing monthly. Methinks an advertising blitz is called for here…

First look at Farscape: Scorpius #0

BOOM! Studios has released a special ten-page preview of April’s Scorpius #0.

This is the beginning of a four-part story arc titled Let Seeping Dogs Lie (no, I don’t know what it means — it was chosen by Farscape series creator Rockne S. O’Bannon). Issue #0 is titled “Fire and Ice” (my title, which will make sense as soon as you see the preview).

The Scorpius comics are plotted by Rockne O’Bannon and scripted by yours truly. The art is by newcomer Mike Ruiz.

The full preview is behind the cut…