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  • Title: Broken Frontier: Anthology
  • Author: Kurt Belcher Marguerite Bennett Cullen Bunn Tyler Chin-Tanner Scott Ferguson Joshua Hale Fialkov Frederik Hautain Phil Hester
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 263
  • Format: ebook
  • The Broken Frontier Anthology unites 50 of the most innovative talents in contemporary comics to share new visions of breaking boundaries and exploring the great unknown From multiple award winners to the brightest up and coming voices, these creators have come together from all over the world to bring you 27 amazing stories about time travel, dystopian deserts, the edgesThe Broken Frontier Anthology unites 50 of the most innovative talents in contemporary comics to share new visions of breaking boundaries and exploring the great unknown From multiple award winners to the brightest up and coming voices, these creators have come together from all over the world to bring you 27 amazing stories about time travel, dystopian deserts, the edges of the universe, human mortality, and much much
    Broken Frontier Anthology The Broken Frontier Anthology unites of the most innovative talents in contemporary comics to share new visions of breaking boundaries and exploring the great unknown From multiple award winners to

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    1. Broken Frontier does a great job of promoting lesser known artists They re based in the U.K so a lot of these artists were unfamiliar to me There s an overall high quality to this anthology that is rare to most anthologies, but not at the expense of variety A very diverse group of cartoonists and styles I could have done with a little less of the mainstream superhero style, but that s just my personal preference And, like I said, there s a lot of variety, so it never got bogged down.

    2. It was very interesting, but I found some of the stories hard to follow and some cut off too early like maybe they were setting up for a series But overall it was pretty good and I liked it.

    3. This anthology is the result of a Kickstarter that I supported a worthy investment It collects numerous short stories that cover a broad spectrum of science fiction, revealing just how diverse the genre is and should be As with any anthology, there will be hits and misses, but this time, even with the stories that didn t speak to me as much as the others, I was so impressed by the creativity and honesty that went into their telling and illustration It seems that it is the mandate of the collecti [...]

    4. Picked this up at ECCC when I was out scouting for cool anthologies and this weird sci fi collection turned out to be right up my alley I was maybe expecting something indie meaning less polished , but the quality is consistently high and the stories are frequently great Contributors include Marguerite Bennett, David Hine, Joshua Fialkov, Box Brown, Phil Hester, Cullen Bunn, Ryan Kelly, Fred Van Lente, Adam Egypt Mortimer and

    5. This is a biased review, as I am one of the contributors to this anthology but, having read it now cover to cover, I am extremely proud to have been part of such a vivacious, creative, and stellar collaborative work Truly boundary breaking.

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