DUSTIN WEAVER’S PAKLIS—AN UNSETTLING SURREALIST SCI-FI ANTHOLOGY

Image Comics is pleased to introduce PAKLIS—a new anthology series from writer/artist Dustin Weaver—where the characters in three mind-bending stories find themselves faced with dark, existential questions that will haunt readers.

“My influences on this series range from Kafka to Miyazaki. The Twilight Zone, Aeon Flux cartoons, and the comics of Moebius and Otomo are all major touchstones,” said Weaver.

In “MUSHROOM BODIES,” Greg struggles with knowing what’s real and fears becoming complacent in a world of human insects.
In the first installment of “SAGITTARIUS A*,” war hero Linus Rad is on a mission to the center of the galaxy to learn the dark secrets of his dead father’s scientific experiments. 
In the first chapter of “AMNIA CYCLE,” Tara, a young Jet-Wing pilot, goes AWOL in the war against the Nuriel in order to help Amnia, a mysterious alien with no memory of where she came from and a desperate need to stop a terrible disaster! When Amnia disappears, it sends Tara on an adventure into the Shadow Zone.

Step into the unknown. Journey into the shadows. There you’ll find PAKLIS.

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2 Responses to DUSTIN WEAVER’S PAKLIS—AN UNSETTLING SURREALIST SCI-FI ANTHOLOGY

  1. Stephen Muza says:

    WoW!
    This sounds intriguing!

  2. Louie says:

    Sounds great! I will pick up #1 for sure

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