WATCH THE SKIES! What happens when something strange crashes in East Berlin? It’s gonna get creepy as we review Strange Skies Over East Berlin #1 from BOOM! Studios.

Strange Skies Over East Berlin #1STRANGE SKIES OVER EAST BERLIN #!
Writer: Jeff Loveness
Artist: Lisandro Estherren
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: October 2, 2019
MANKIND MADE IT TO SPACE. AND NOW SPACE HAS FOLLOWED THEM BACK.
* Herring is a disillusioned American spy stationed on the eastern side of the Berlin Wall, struggling with his role in a Cold War that seems to have no end. But when he’s sent on a mission behind enemy lines to infiltrate East German intelligence, he soon learns the Soviets have a secret weapon that could change the tides of the conflict: an alien monster that they don’t understand, and can’t control.
* The Soviets are about to learn that they ‘re not in charge of the monster it’s already in their minds and has twisted them to their will. Now now Herring must find a way to understand the impossible before it transforms him into a monster unlike any other.
* Writer Jeff Loveness ( Judas ) and Lisandro Estherren ( Redneck ) team up for a story in the spirit of Cold War classics, for fans of period piece science fiction as well as alien action such as Barrier.


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