Corollary takes readers to a galaxy twice as far, far away
Corollary is a brand new bombastic sci-fi series from breakout Writer Adam Rose and Artist Robert Ahmad, taking readers to a galaxy filled with twin moons, twin suns, and twin creatures. Corollary delivers double the action and double the drama in stores on April 20, 2022.
“When I started writing Corollary my goal was to send readers on a full-throttle space odyssey to far-flung worlds anchored in a family drama. I couldn’t be more proud of what Robert and I have come up with and I can’t wait for readers to get it in their hands and blast off to the Corollary Galaxy!” says Rose.
In Corollary, everything comes in twos, even the people, and if your twin dies — so do you. This is the way it’s always been, so when Captain Andromeda’s twin loses her life in a far-off military battle, and Captain Andromeda herself DOES NOT die, the universe demands answers. Answers that the Captain is willing to give … to the highest bidder, of course.
Corollary is a high-concept series where anything goes and inhabitants of the galaxy might find themselves in cities built on the backs of dragons or arguing with neurotic sentient moons. Ahmad’s art matches the frenetic storytelling with a style that is at once familiar and inventive.
“This was a series I was super excited to work on. Growing up I was a big fan of science fiction, in particular the comic series Valerian as well as cartoons like Bucky O’Hare and Samurai Jack. All these influences and many more can be found within the pages of Corollary,” says Ahmad.
Corollary #1 will be in stores April 20, 2022 and is available to order at your local comic shop with order code: FEB221699. Corollary #1 is also available for pre-order on sourcepointpress.com.
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