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Wynter Issue #1

9.12.14



'Wynter' is New Worlds Comic’s flagship title and recently became available in ComiXology. The trade paperback is due in January, 2015. The good news is, New Worlds Comics are now kindly offering up Wynter Issue #1, as a free digital download.
Why, you ask? Because this is the digital revolution and they can. Also they are so sure that you’ll love it so much you’ll come back to pay and this is purely the best philosophy when it comes to digital media.

When 17-year-old Liz Wynter goes to sleep, commercials play in her head. When she wakes up, she checks out how many people followed her dreams and how many saw them. It’s the future. When she feels special, a voice in her head tells her: “5.4 Billion+ had the same feeling in the last 4 seconds. Would you like to know who they are?”

How can you feel special when everything’s been done before, been felt before, been thought of before? How can you be special if there are so many people in the galaxy that every day three more are born with your DNA?

This is the story of Liz Wynter. She’s not special.

Wynter is written by Guy Hasson and illustrated by Aron Elekes and has already notched up some great reviews from around the comic circuit, described as “The best science fiction comic on the shelves.”

Wynter is gritty, edgy and beautifully colour-casted. On top of how good it looks aesthetically, the actual sci-fi story is smart and intriguing and it’s a breath of fresh air to the comic community. A must-read and as the first issue is free, how can you complain?

You can download Issue #1 of Wynter, via New Worlds Comics official website, here. If you like the first one, you can also pay what you would like, via PayPal. Do it now!

RS

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