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John Prophet on a mission to restart the God satellite has to join an alien caravan in order to cross a deadly desert of defunked giant robots.

Story by Brandon Graham
Art by Simon Roy
Cover by Simon Roy

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 6.1%
Avg Rating: 4.5
Users who pulled this comic:


  1. Dammit, I need this book and I need it now! I need to know what kind of gross shit Prophet’s gonna have to do this time.

  2. This book looks so bizarre, I’ve got to give it a look. Does anyone know why they didn’t renumber it?

    • I question the decision to not renumber for clarity’s sake, and the title is so far removed from its original incarnation that its practically a different comic. BUT. I do respect the choice to just continue where the title left off. High issue #s are nothing to be scared of, and the book makes it pretty obvious where the start point is.

      And since all the Extreme Studios titles are forgoing renumbering, and just continuing from their old runs it does unify them all.

  3. This will be my first issue of prophet until my LCS gets issue 21 back in stock.

  4. This is the single issue that will get me to my LCS tomorrow at lunch. I have other pulls this week, but this is the kick in the pants!

  5. This is excellent! Picking up 21 for sure.

  6. I think I would like this a lot more if the artwork was better…

    • I can understand, but personally, I’m enjoying the look of this book and it’s what attracted me to this title. Simon Roy’s art is perfectly textured for Brandon Graham’s story…it’s edgy and otherworldly!

    • The art is the best part about it. Different strokes, I guess.

    • I can see why people would not like the art, but I’m with ptheiss on this one. Roy’s art reminds me of a messier, more cartoony Moebius.

    • I like the art fine, but the colorist really pissed all over the art on this issue. Too many pages were murky, dark, and monochromatic making is difficult to differentiate foreground and background figures/objects. Some pages looked fantastic coloring-wise, but most were just plain hard to read. I hope they work this problem out since it wasn’t like that on the issue before this.

  7. I can see why some people who read advance issues said that this was like a science fiction version of Conan. This issue really is like that. Unfortunately, I don’t dig that as much as the great first issue set up which had some really fun and new ideas on display. If all we’re going to get from this book is a travelogue with freaky alien flora and fauna refugees from 70’s Bakshi cartoons and stoner comix, then I will stop buying this. My message to the creators, don’t forget a plot when planning future issues.

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