Cover image for Elsewhere. Vol. 1 / writer, Jay Faerber ; artist, Sumeyye Kesgin ; colorist, Ron Riley ; letterer/designer, Thomas Mauer.
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Elsewhere. Vol. 1 / writer, Jay Faerber ; artist, Sumeyye Kesgin ; colorist, Ron Riley ; letterer/designer, Thomas Mauer.
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Elsewhere.
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9781534304697
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Portland, Or : Image Comics Inc., 2018.
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1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
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"Originally published in single magazine form as Elsewhere #1-4."
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"Mysteriously transported to a strange new world filled with flying beasts and alien civilizations, Amelia desperately struggles to return home. Along the way, she forges alliances and makes enemies as she goes from aviator to freedom fighter in a rebellion against a merciless warlord!" -- Description from back cover.
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COPPERHEAD writer JAY FAERBER teams withrising star SUMEYYE KESGIN to unveil ELSEWHERE -- the fantastic story of whatreally happened to Amelia Earhart. Mysteriously transported to a strange newworld filled with flying beasts and alien civilizations, Amelia desperatelystruggles to return home. Along the way she forges alliances and makes enemies,as she goes from aviator to freedom fighter in a rebellion against a mercilesswarlord!

Collects issues 1 through4.

ELSEWHERE is Copyright 2018 byJay Faerber & Sumeyye Kesgin


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Publisher's Weekly Review

In this inconsistent but visually enthralling series launch, one of the biggest missing persons cases in history is fodder for a mystical "what if" tale. Amelia Earhart's 1937 disappearance during her flight across the Pacific has baffled for decades. Here, Amelia is discovered on a strange world by two aliens, Cort and Tavel, who are on the run from tyrant Lord Kragen. Confused by her surroundings, Earhart is determined to search for her co-pilot, Fred Noonan, but instead discovers another AWOL character: 1970s plane hijacker D.B. Cooper. Together, they discover more evidence of humans visiting the planet and inspire a rebellion against Kragen's rule, only to find that things can get even stranger on this whimsical world, where nothing and no one are what they seem. While the artwork is transporting, the script falters, allowing conversations about side plots that are not explained or expanded upon. Key moments are abandoned long enough to feel hazy when resurfaced, which is not helped by choppy, uneven transitions between scenes. Though the conceit has potential, the story-like the mystery of Earhart's disappearance-leaves too much to the imagination. (Jan.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.


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