FREE READ ó Supreme By Warren Ellis

FREE READ Supreme By Warren Ellis

FREE READ ó Supreme By Warren Ellis Õ You are not dreaming We are trying to communicate with you Local reality has been reinstalled Things have gone wrong The revision has corrupted Finding Ethan Crane is your supreme priority We are speaking to you from the ultimate bunker within the structure of multiversal time Do not trust Darius Dax We are Trust Darius Dax We are all going to die SUPREME BLUE ROSE Re introducing the central Image Comics character with WARREN ELLIS and TULA LOTAY. Some of the best art I have ever seen in graphic novels Tula Lotay's work is a treat for the eyes Beautiful character design surreal colors and a masterful capture of what it's like to live in a dream like state The issue I got came with a sketchbook in the back which was awesome I'll definitely be sticking with it for the art That's being said I'm kind of weirded out by the concept A reboot of a Superman knock off Definitely not something I would usually be interested in But the first issue has me hooked

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D Finding Ethan Crane is your supreme priority We are speaking to you from the ultimate bunker within the structure of multiversal time Do not. The art is stunning if fittingly I guess unsettling to look at The story well I'll just throw some words at you and we'll see what sticksSurreal Metaphysical Pretentious Weirdly mundane at the same time Confusing Emotionally distant like starship distance away

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Supreme By Warren EllYou are not dreaming We are trying to communicate with you Local reality has been reinstalled Things have gone wrong The revision has corrupte. Warren Ellis’ latest Image series is a new story arc for Rob Liefeld’s ‘90s creation Supreme Diana Dane is a troubled young woman with strange dreams that seemingly bleed over into reality But then it’s not her fault she can’t afford all her meds as she’s an out of work investigative journalist Out of the blue she’s hired by the mysterious and wealthy Darius Dax what is it with DD names in this series to look into an airplane crash except it wasn’t an airplane It looked like a man caused the damage Supreme I’m not a huge fan of Liefeld reboots though I know Prophet and Glory were both critically acclaimed That said Supreme Blue Rose is an intriguing start to the series as Ellis approaches the fantastical via the mundane The issue’s story mostly focuses on Diana’s problems paying the rent and not knowing what she’s going to do next given that her career is made obsolete by the current trend for click bait articles in lieu of comprehensive and thoughtful content Dancing around the edges of normality are hints of a much colourful and dangerous world with the issue opening in a dream world where Diana talks to a man wearing a helmet but doesn’t know he’s wearing a helmet Dax’s office is full of futuristic technology and later Diana encounters a man whose blurry face is one big “birth defect” only she can see Tula Lotay’s incredible artwork enhances the feeling of magical realism in the comic Every page contains colourful lines zig zagging across it like someone’s gone through the comic with a box of crayons and scribbled on each page the zig zags appearing in both the dream seuences and her waking life underlining Diana’s increasing inability to tell the difference between what’s real and what isn’t Or is that someone trying to communicate with Diana Besides the snazzy effects though the artwork is out and out gorgeous The character models the landscapes both real and imagined and the exuisite colours are all amazing Ellis’ recent work on Moon Knight has downplayed the superhero angle and focused on the street level aspects of the character and the kinds of stories he’s in; Ellis’ other Image series Trees is a sci fi story that ignores the aliens and their invasion and instead looks at how human society adapts in the aliens’ wake; with his Supreme series Ellis continues to shift aside the dramatic elements in this case the superhero himself to look at the everyday characters and once again it works Also if you’re unfamiliar with the series you can still pick up this series and follow what’s happening Fans of Supreme might be disappointed with the lack of the character in this issue there are a couple of glimpses and nothing else but there’s plenty of other material to appreciate as well as some extraordinary artwork to enjoy Supreme Blue Rose #1 kicks off what looks to be an exciting journey that tackles the superhero story from an unusual but interesting angle