“Emotive, thoughtful, and revealing.” — SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL (Starred Review)
A comics anthology about an Earth where anyone and everyone has access to the stars!
Six months from now, detailed schematics anonymously uploaded to the Internet will describe, in perfect detail, how to build a faster-than-light engine for $200 in easily-available parts. Space travel will become instantly—and chaotically—democratized. The entire cosmos will be within reach of all humankind. This is what happens next.
In this visionary science fiction anthology, a striking array of new voices from across the field of comics tackles humanity’s biggest questions with a disarmingly small prompt: what would happen if we could escape?
“Emotive, thoughtful, and revealing. . . . For all graphic novel collections.” — SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL (Starred Review)
"An impeccably curated collection with fantastic sci-fi offerings from immensely talented creators, and is absolutely a standout anthology of 2018 in any genre." — PASTE MAGAZINE
"Excellent for readers seeking a fresh, modern take on supernatural fantasy; Lafrenais’s creative, thoughtful collection manages to be both enjoyable and disturbing." — LIBRARY JOURNAL
"Moves diversity forward by representing so many kinds of people warping through space — something normally reserved in graphic novels for scientists and futuristic civilizations.” — VIRGINIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
“These are small, personal stories about believable characters in a universe that is changing.” — ICv2
“These 'tales from the age of the $200 warp drive' are exciting in concept and include action, dread, humor, humanity and the burning question of where we are going.” — TALES OF WONDER