Zenescope Entertainment has released a trailer for the upcoming Fly #1 by Raven Gregory and Eric J.

FLY #1 Synopsis
Raven Gregory (W) Eric J (A)
What if there was a drug that gave you the power to fly? How far would you go to possess it and who would you hurt to get your next “fix?” This is the story of Eddie Patron. Eddie was trying to live a normal life. But he has a secret, one that is coming back to haunt him, and Eddie’s life will never be the same. From the mind of the writer of Image Comics’ THE GIFT, Zenescope’s Wonderland trilogy and THE WAKING comes Raven Gregory’s latest tale of suspense set in a world where superheroes aren’t really heroes at all… How far would you go to FLY? Featuring 4 covers by superstar artists Ebas (Witchblade, Grimm Fairy Tales), Artgerm (Batman, Bird’s of Prey), Eric J (JSA, Rex Mundi), and a Tyler Kirkham cover (Green Lantern Corps, Stryke Force, The Gift) as an exclusive.
32 pgs, FC, $2.99

via Zenescope Entertainment

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Robot Overlord

Robot Overlord

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1 Comment

  1. brenton8090
    April 11, 2011 at 6:05 am — Reply

    Okay, I’m definitely down for one issue, at least.

    I consider myself a rather enlightened person. I’m married, I read real books in addition to comics, and even my comics consist of mostly non-superhero fare: Fables, Scarlet, Sandman, Watchmen. I like to think that I’m buying literature, something artistic, and important.

    But Damn if I don’t see this cover and want to buy that book. Zenescope, your cheesecake smut somehow penetrates right through my high-brow shields and scores a direct hit. Because literature is nice. But so are boobs. And I’m glad to see books where they work together.

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