[NYCC’16] Titan Comics acquires Lost Fleet series
PRESS RELEASE –
Titan Comics is pleased to announce the upcoming release of an all-new comic series based on the New York Times best selling LOST FLEET SF novels written by best-selling author Jack Campbell, with art by Andre Siregar (Sevara).
The LOST FLEET novels have hit the New York Times bestseller list and total sales to date are over 2 million – and now (announced at NYCC), Titan Comics is to launch an all-new comic, Corsair, in 2017.
Set after the end of a century-old war between two space empires, the Alliance and the Syndics, Corsair centers on the story of Captain Michael Geary, missing in action after the Syndic ambush that almost destroyed the spacefleet John “Black Jack” Geary had to get home, against all odds!
Forming an uneasy pact with rebel Syndics led by Destina Aragon, Michael Geary sets out to save not only fellow prisoners but their jailors, too – on the run from a government chafing at defeat and determined to crush any uprising! Can he live up to the legend surrounding his family name “Black Jack” Geary has carved – or will he die trying?
Jack Campbell is the pen name of John G. Hemry, a retired U.S. Navy officer, who grew up living everywhere from Pensacola, Florida to San Diego, California, including an especially memorable few years on Midway Island. His U.S. Navy assignments included service on the USS Spurance, and roles at the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the Navy Operational Intelligence Center.
As Jack Campbell, he writes The Lost Fleet series of military science fiction novels, published by Titan Books in the UK and Ace in the United States. He lives with his family in Maryland.
The Lost Fleet series is also being published in 13 languages including; French, Polish, Russian, German, Japanese, Spanish and Czech.
Lost Fleet: Corsair hits stores in 2017, and is available to pre-order in an upcoming edition of Diamond PREVIEWS.
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