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Wild Blue Yonder

Wild Blue Yonder Take to the skies in this thrilling new action adventure sci fi tale In the near future mankind has destroyed the Earth and the only refuge from radioactive pollution can be found in the skies Unfor

  • Title: Wild Blue Yonder
  • Author: Mike Raicht Austin Harrison Zach Howard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Take to the skies in this thrilling new action adventure sci fi tale In the near future, mankind has destroyed the Earth, and the only refuge from radioactive pollution can be found in the skies Unfortunately, dwindling supplies and bloodthirsty air pirates make life all the harder Join the crew of the Dawn as they battle their way through the hazards of living in thisTake to the skies in this thrilling new action adventure sci fi tale In the near future, mankind has destroyed the Earth, and the only refuge from radioactive pollution can be found in the skies Unfortunately, dwindling supplies and bloodthirsty air pirates make life all the harder Join the crew of the Dawn as they battle their way through the hazards of living in this dangerous new world.

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      Published :2018-06-12T14:24:28+00:00

    1 thought on “Wild Blue Yonder

    1. This was quite marvellous - sometimes the art was a bit too busy (especially near the end), but an excellent dystopian story. Recommended to all fans of SF and dystopian fiction/comics.

    2. A fun tale in a future where pollution and war has made most of the land area of the world to dangerous to live in. The air is heavily polluted. But, up above the clouds the air is still clean. So some of humanity has been keeping alive by flying above the clouds. Most of the ships still run on fossil fuels and have to visit the earth and have some basis where coal and other fuel is processed for the ships. But, these won't last forever. The story opens with a girl flying a plane and visiting a [...]

    3. An interesting post-apocalyptic world where the final planes rules the sky. The Dawn a solar powered fortress is the prize of skies and Cola will do her best alongside jet-pack powered flyers.A reasonably good graphic novel that was nicely drawn and had a lovely family plot to the good guys. You never quite know the backstory of the bad guys and only in the final pages do you understand the impetus of the main bad guy. A bit more character development would have added nicely to the story.

    4. Vividly drawn futuristic world torn apart by war and pollution making it easiest to live above the clouds and run on spaceship-like aircraft piloted by people like Cola, a teenage girl working with a group to fight for a little piece of their own.Gorgeous illustrations that sometimes had a lot going on, but I loved that they used the whole page for each illustration and features a feisty female protagonist dragging the boys around.

    5. Gritty post apocalypse in the sky. While the story isn't completely original, all of the characters are endearing in their various shades of grey. Colors hover in the yellow/green realm while the line work is very detailed. Wild Blue Yonder is a pleasant surprise.

    6. So I really truly loved the art and concept of this one. I just felt like there was all this buildup for something that took place over three pages. I felt like the whole thing could have been so much longer, y'know? I loved Tug and Cola so much

    7. Mixed feelings about this one. The plot barely rates 2*, being basic as they come (nice outcasts vs bad elites tear each other up, here in the sky) and filled with the very definition of stereotyped characters (reckless young pilot, traitor/sacrificial partner, sympathetic brutish wildcard, cast-in-stone monomaniacal bad ass mofo, and the list goes on). All characters are bland, never developing any personality whatsoever, cast are as they are in the aforementioned stereotypes they incarnate). S [...]

    8. Pleasantly surprised by this one. Not so much a fan of the "flying ace" genre; the characters really won me over. And the artwork was really nice. Vibrant colors, bold lines, thoughtful arrangement of elements within each panel (in terms of layout and perspective), and far too few gorgeous two-page spreads.

    9. A pleasant surprise. Crammed with action, adventure, romance and even some philosophizing about the motives of the good guys and bad guys that casts some shades of gray over the whole story. Very satisfying package.

    10. interesting post apocalypse story. Like snowpiercer but in the sky, um, and without the bug food, though i suppose they never really cover WHAT they eat so yeah i dunno certainly trope-y/cliche but well executed none the less

    11. Gorgeous art, ludicrous (if cool looking) concept, writing trapped by the predictable loops of the ludicrous concept.

    12. Pros: Nice world-building; cool ships; very interesting, not one-sided world. Characters are realistically complex. Steampunk=teen appealCons: Moves really quickly. Sometimes the art gets sloppy

    13. Loved the universe, the art and color are great, but it felt too short, like a scene in a longer picture. I want more stories of the Dawn, Cola and Scram. Maybe Tug if we are lucky.

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