At this time Vault Comics debuted a primary have a look at the beautiful artwork from Radio Apocalypse #1, the upcoming new sequence by author Ram V, Eisner Award-winning artist Anand RK, colorist Ahisha, and letterer Aditya Bidikar.
The synopsis from the writer is under:
“Lengthy after the rock out of house struck the world and turned all of it to mud, in Bakerstown stands the final Radio Station on the planet. Radio Apocalypse broadcasting into the unknown, a beacon at midnight for many who wander the misplaced locations. Now change is coming to Bakerstown. Among the many refugees flocking into an already precarious settlement, an orphan boy Rion, caught in an indiscretion, will twine his destiny with the Radio Station. And in doing so, start this mixtape of affection and heartbreak and interminable hope. This soundtrack to the top of the world.”
“Again in 2017 when Anand and I first began collaborating on comics we mentioned Radio Apocalypse,” mentioned Ram V, “however as circumstances would have it, we ended up engaged on different initiatives. We’ve each gone on to do well-received work in comics. All that whereas, Radio Apocalypse grew and mutated and developed behind our minds, into what it’s right now. It’s a story of the resilience and pleasure of music, love, and the human spirit even within the bleakest of occasions and we’ve been raring to inform it for over three years.”
“A few of my favorite issues to do in artwork is world-building,” added Anand RK, “particularly when this world is so just like ours however simply not fairly it? To design specifics of this world, how characters inhabit it, how physics and biology of it work, the tradition that shapes it. I discover this immensely thrilling and satisfying. Radio Apocalypse is one such mission and I can’t look ahead to Ram and me to inform this story.”
Radio Apocalypse #1 will hit retailer cabinets on November 17. Difficulty #1 can even function a variant from Vault Cowl Artist-In-Residence Martin Simmonds (The Division of Fact) and a particular Vault Classic cowl from Nathan Gooden and Tim Daniel that pays homage to Kieron Gillen’s and Jamie McKelvie’s legendary Phonogram #1.
Take a look at the pages and covers under!