From Archaia the award-winning imprint of BOOM! Studios, and the mind of creator Jorge Corona, comes the January debut of a new limited series entitled, Feathers.
Interestingly, Feathers is Jorge Corona’s (Goners) first original work, which is an adventure for all ages that dives into the darkness and beauty of life as it pertains to a young boy named Poe, who is covered in feathers.
BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief, Matt Gagnon had this to say about the upcoming limited series, “Feathers is a heartfelt story from a tremendously talented creator. Expect to see Jorge emerge as an exciting new voice in the comic’s community in 2015.”
Covered entirely in feathers since birth, Poe has always been different and spends his time watching the strange slums of the Maze from the rooftops he calls home, as he lends a secret helping hand and earns the title of “ghost of the Maze.” When Bianca, a feisty girl from inside the walled city, gets lost in the Maze, Poe finds himself making his very first friend. Together they’ll have to dodge street gangs and child-snatchers as they try to get Bianca home, and perhaps together will learn the secrets to his mysterious past.
Feathers #1 arrives in comic shops from Archaia on January 7th with a cover price of $3.99, with the main cover being illustrated by series creator Jorge Corona, along with an incentive cover by Ken Niimura (I Kill Giants), as well as a 10 Years Anniversary incentive cover by Ramón K. Pérez (Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand, The Amazing Spider-Man).
Edited by Tye Bourdony
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