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A WORLD OF VIOLENCE AND BEAUTY AWAITS IN WE LIVE

The world is currently a pretty scary place. We Live, an upcoming series from AfterShock Comics, posits an even more frightening future where monsters roam the world and humanity is on the verge of extinction. Written by Roy and Inaki Miranda, illustrated by Inaki Miranda, colored by Eva de la Cruz, and lettered by Dave Sharpe, the comic is a unique tale of the apocalypse that mixes dread and hope.

The year is 2084 and the world has changed. Wracked by calamities and crawling with monsters, the last remaining members of the human race face a dangerous existence.

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And now Earth has been sent a message from the deepest reaches of space: A dark countdown to the extinction of all humanity. But there is hope – five thousand children will be rescued on extinction day by these mysterious message-senders. 
 
This is the journey of little Hototo, one of the lucky five thousand children who will be taken from Earth to live a better life in the stars – but only if his teenage sister, Tala, can safely deliver him to the nearest Beacon before time runs out. 

 

Influences for We Live include The Tomb of the Butterflies, Cormac McCarthy's The Road, Landscape in the Mist, and Kings of the Road. That presents a pretty interesting dynamic.

We Live #1 features a main cover by Inaki Miranda and an incentive cover by Dustin Nguyen. It's set for release on October 14th, 2020 and will retail for $4.99.

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James Ferguson
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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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