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Death of the last golden blaze / sript by Matt Kindt ; art by David Rubín.
First edition.
Publication Information:
Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books, July 2017.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm.
General Note:
"This volume collects issues #1-#5 of the Dark Horse Comics series Ether"--Title page verso.
"A science-minded adventurer gets mixed up in the mysteries of a fantasy world."--Provided by publisher.
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A science-minded adventurer gets mixed up in the mysteries of a fantasy world in this charming new adventure from an award-winning creative team. Boone Dias is an interdimensional explorer, a scientist from Earth who has stumbled into great responsibility. He?s got an explanation for everything, so of course the Ether?s magical residents turn to him to solve their toughest crimes. But maybe keeping the Real and the Abstract separate is too big a job for just one man.From New York Times bestselling author Matt Kindt- an inter-dimensional, genre-bending, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, mystery adventure!From New York Times bestselling author Matt Kindt ( MIND MGMT, PastAways, Superspy, Dept. H )Stunning artwork from David Rubin brings a magical world to life.Collects Issues #1-5 of Matt Kindt and David Rubin?s Ether

Author Notes

Matt Kindt is the Harvey Award winning writer and artist of the comics and graphic novels MIND MGMT, Frankenstein- Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Revolver, 3 Story, Super Spy, 2 Sisters, and Pistolwhip . He has been nominated for 4 Eisners and 3 Harvey Awards (and won once). His work has been published in French, Spanish, Italian, and German. The author lives in St. Louis, MO.

Reviews 1

Publisher's Weekly Review

When the rigidly scientific Boone Dias travels from our world into the fantasy realm known as the Ether, he brings his inquiring mind with him. Surely, he reasons, there is a reasonable explanation for it all-including, as it turns out, the sudden, mysterious murder of the Blaze, protector of the Ether. The story by Kindt (Mind MGMT) is largely reliant on well-worn fantasy tropes and archetypes: Boone is a daring adventurer with a painful past, shady people with ulterior motives skulk around, sidekicks are quirky and spout exposition. Visually, however, this book is tremendous. Rubin (Hero) crams every panel with more life, imagination, and whimsy than is found in some entire books. Sapient lavender apes guard interdimensional crossroads, canaries with teeth warble off-key, giant candy-colored snails act as taxicabs-under Rubin's pen, the fairly standard story becomes a springboard to something weird and wonderful. (Aug.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.