April 23rd, 2008 | Work


Published July 2008. Pre-order it from your local comics retailer now.

24 Responses to “AETHERIC MECHANICS: July 2008”

  1. Bloody hell, I love the look to this one.

  2. Ooh – well played Sir! *emails LCS.

  3. Wow… This is going to be fantastic.

  4. Yes…and yes.

  5. Nice teaser images… I’m intrigued!

  6. Gimme!

  7. It’d never fly. Stabilizer’s too close to the wing! At that distance, it’d have to be a lot bigger to be stable. Still, crazy-ass airplanes always get me excited.

  8. Supposedly, a Bumblebee can’t fly either, but somehow it happens…great look here.

  9. Maybe flying in aether is different than flying in air….

  10. Iron Man doesn’t have men in jodhpurs, as far as I know. Aetheric Mechanics totally does. Make mine Avatar.

  11. Had to look up aether – does it have something to do with the archaic
    equivalent to dark matter, or just referring to the upper atmosphere?

  12. Okay, that gun is way bigger than mine. You win.

  13. That a lot of gun.

  14. Amazing! In particular, I love the rendered shading on the aircraft.
    You’re doing some bang-up work with Avatar these days good sir.

  15. bloody hell Warren, this looks awesome.

  16. Oh yeh, like I’m not gonna buy it… you crack dealing bastard…

  17. Sheesh…another step on the road to hell. You, Warren, are going to drive me broke faster than any other vice.
    My liver thanks you :)

  18. Ummm… so… it’s an exotic airplane… and a ship… thing… with what looks like a huge gun mounted on it… ooook.
    Decent artwork, surrealistic touches… honestly, apart from that, only the name is really interesting.
    I’m hooked on anything you write anyways, so I’ll wait for more info on this.

  19. Amazed and intrigued! Maybe also aether powered GIANT ROBOTS!! Very cool large gun!

  20. nice artwork teaser, now I must know more!

  21. Where you finding all these marvelous Italian artists? Italy?!?

  22. Just so you know, I’ll be forwarding this to our Collection Developement staff — this, I think, we should add to the system.

  23. That is just stunning. I love those images and can’t wait to read the story.

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