Earth Alliance Issue #1

Earth Alliance Issue #1

by Marc Olivent, Raymond Fields, Rachel Ward
     
 

The year is 2190. The human race is thriving, but only after it looked to the stars in search of a replacement for earth�s depleted fossil fuels. Humans found an energy source, a mineral called elirium, in a neighboring star system, and in doing so, discovered they were not alone in the universe. While mining the mineral, mankind made first contact with the Khutarri,… See more details below

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The year is 2190. The human race is thriving, but only after it looked to the stars in search of a replacement for earth�s depleted fossil fuels. Humans found an energy source, a mineral called elirium, in a neighboring star system, and in doing so, discovered they were not alone in the universe. While mining the mineral, mankind made first contact with the Khutarri, a humanoid alien race who also depend on elirium to survive. Both species staked their claim on the planets that house the indispensable substance, which has kept them on the brink of intergalactic war for a decade. Neither humans nor the Khutarri want the fight to extend to their home worlds, but each will do whatever it takes to avoid extinction. In the future, elirium is power. Elirium means survival.

Editorial Reviews

http://www.fanboysanonymous.com - Andrew Baker
I loved issue one of Earth Alliance, as it introduced me to the explosive action that will dominate this comic series. There will be a lot of ship battles, plenty of sci-fi technology, and plenty of treachery. I can't wait for issue two.
www.firstcomicsnews.com - Matthew Szewczyk
The story is one that is full of political and military maneuvering with good and bad guys on both sides of the impending conflict. Ray manages to avoid painting either side as the �bad guy� and there is plenty of room for characters with complex personalities to grow. This first issue introduces a lot of characters but the reader never gets overwhelmed by them and they are essential to the storyThe art is very good for an independent comic book it flowed well and really gave the science fiction
http://forums.jazmaonline.com/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=6 - Richard Vasseur
This is the beginning of what promises to be a epic space saga of war and politics as well as family dynamics.
Two races who both want the same things. They are a lot a like. Those similarities are the root of the problems they will face as they encounter each other.
http://comicsanonymous.wordpress.com/2014/06/14/earth-alliance-1/ - Gary G-Man
A strong first issue builds to an effective cliffhanger with a double-cross and the beginning of what seems to be all-out war. Great work from the creative team and it�s yet another showcase for the indie/self-published quality that�s out there.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149476473
Publisher:
Future Earth Entertainment
Publication date:
05/31/2014
Series:
Earth Alliance , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
11 MB
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