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"The end of the world is completely filtered through pop culture and entertainment right now. If you're going to do a story about that, you have to have a perspective on it or you have to be telling a story that is either different or unique or says something the others haven't." - Jonathan Hickman

8 out of 24 pages

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"I think there's something spooky about setting off into the unknown in any situation. I think there's a weirdness to this whole expedition that creates conflict from the outset. On the one hand, there's this incredible story of what these guys actually went through and survived. It's bold and heroic and inspiring. There's a grandeur to it - it really is amazing. But there's the other side to this that can't be ignored. The whole concept of Manifest Destiny and what America did to accomplish it. It's is absolutely horrifying. So I think that weird mix of high adventure and disgust kind of puts you off kilter to start with. Then people get big fat axes in the face." - Matthew Roberts

Writer: Chris Dingess
Artist: Matthew Roberts
Colorist: Owen Gieni

8 of 24 pages

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Writer: Eric Stephenson
Artist: Simon Gane
Colorist: Jordie Bellaire

7 & 1/4 of 22 pages

Warning: Suicide

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"His balding, paunchy critics will bleat about his figure-work, his crazy layouts and poses just too exciting for their tiny brains to comprehend, but these are exactly the same slobs who would have lashed Kirby in his lost decade, castigating The King as too cartoony in an era that only carved Adams-inspired-photo-realism. If you want to appreciate how good Rob truly is, then wave his books under the noses of that audience mainstream audience comics long forgot. These pages are like catnip to the kids and and it's no surprise that he remains the biggest-selling artist of his generation." - Mark Millar (quote from the Hardcover, Remastered Version of Youngblood... pretty sure he's joking)

Warning: This comic may be a bit too radical and early 90's for you.

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"For me, that’s the horror I enjoy the most. The monsters are always scary visually, but ultimately what's scary is the pressure they put on the human characters in the narrative to act the ways they’re afraid they might act. Take something like Stephen King's Pet Sematary. When you have that cemetery out there—the love you have for your wife, for your kid, or the fear of death, the fear of loss—the feelings or actions that monster engenders are what I hope to aspire to." - Scott Snyder

Story By: Scott Snyder
Art By: Jock
Colors By: Matt Hollingsworth

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