A female ape, Ayala, is about to be beheaded for betraying her people, then some humans barge in and wreck up the joint while some bald people telepathically talk to a kid who’s the ape’s son. Yeah, there’s a lot here I didn’t understand either, but let’s decode it together after the jump.
The finale is here! Whether or not you’ve stuck with this series in the long run, if you started it and dropped it part-way through, you ABSOLUTELY should pick this issue up. This is the perfect conclusion to the Mark Waid-penned series, ending in a way that was both unexpected yet, in retrospect, was foreshadowed in some particularly devious and meta ways.
The Plutonian faces off against his most powerful foes yet–his parents–as we finally get a brief taste of crossover in this issue, part three of the four issue Irredeemable/Incorruptible crossover!
More After the Jump
UPDATE: PLEASE NOTE: Due to last minute scheduling conflicts, this signing has been moved to Friday at 5-6pm from the originally announced time of 3-4pm.Â Please update your schedules accordingly.
EUREKA TV show co-creator Andrew Cosby and actor Ed Quinn, who played Nathan Stark, will be signing copies of BOOM! Studios smash-hit EUREKA Vol.1 trade paperback and the follow-up EUREKA: DORMANT GENE mini-series at Comic-Con ’09 on Friday, July 24th, from 3-4pm only at the BOOM! Studios booth (#2543.)
I’m surprised this comic wasn’t done sooner as Andrew Cosby is a co-creator of the Eureka television series on the Sci-Fi Channel, and co-founder of Boom! Studios.
EUREKA #1 ships December 2008 with 2 covers in a 50/50 split with a 1 in 10 variant. The comic is written by EUREKA co-creator Andrew Cosby and Brendan Hay, who is best known for his work on THE DAILY SHOW WITH JOHN STEWART, THE SIMPSONS and FRANK TV. Interior art is by Diego Barreto with cover art by J.K. Woodward. EUREKA# 1 has a Diamond Order Code: OCT083922.
Take the jump for a peak at the two covers.