From the mind of musician Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, The Nightwatchman) with art by Scott Hepburn (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic), Orchid is the tale of a teenage prostitute who learns that she is more than the role society has imposed upon her.

When the seas rose, genetic codes were smashed. Human settlements are ringed by a dense wilderness from which ferocious new animal species prey on the helpless. The high ground belongs to the rich and powerful that overlook swampland shantytowns from their fortress-like cities. Iron-fisted rule ensures order and allows the wealthy to harvest the poor as slaves.

Welcome to the world of Orchid.

* Featuring a variant cover by the best known and influential street artist Shepard Fairey!

Each issue to feature new music by Tom Morello! Find out more at www.NightWatchmanmusic.com

Writer: Tom Morello
Artist: Scott Hepburn
Colorist: Dan Jackson
Cover Artist: Massimo Carnevale

Price: $1.00
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  1. this is cheap. Does it come with a CD?

    • It looks like each issue will have an accompanying song to download from the link in the description.
      The first song is already available.

  2. Surprise! What the hell is this? I’m in.

  3. For $1 how can you go wrong? Even if it does sound a little… blah

    • I thought that, too, but looking at it, it seemed so dull I didn’t want to waste the time it took to read it plus $1. Maybe I missed out?

  4. I’m in. Any comic that mixes in music (i.e. Phonogram) and I’m on board!

  5. I find myself…strangely interested.

  6. Scott Hepburn does some beautiful work. I’ve seen his stuff on Star Wars Clone Wars comics.

  7. Tom Morello is one of the best axe men ever, the NIGHTWATCHMAN showed he can not sing I hope this book dose not show he cant write. But I love his work in Rage Against the Machine & Audioslave he is awesome.

  8. This wasn’t for me; I think it lost me with the first half of the books overly dramatic stage setting…

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