CAPTAIN SWING & THE ELECTRICAL PIRATES OF CINDERY ISLAND: January 2010

Four issues, in January 2010. Not steampunk. An Electrical Romance of a Pirate Utopia Thwarted.

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22 thoughts on “CAPTAIN SWING & THE ELECTRICAL PIRATES OF CINDERY ISLAND: January 2010”

  1. Love it :D Never come across Raulo Caceres before, but if that cover is a typical example I have some comics to find, buy and drool over.

    -A-

  2. Excellent! Love the old tech illustrations that line each side. They compliment the main illustration perfectly not to mention they whole thing gives it that pulpy yet alternative vibe. Can’t wait to go looking for this one.

  3. It’s fucking gorgeous, except you have to have somebody change the author/title typeface. It should be Escorial or Sackers Heavy or least some other good solid period engravure font. The one that there is completely wrong. Sorry about the snipe, but I can’t help it. Otherwise, yum.

  4. Raulo Caceres is the extremely talented artist who supplied the B&W art in Warren’s masterpiece Crecy. I found his artwork to be the perfect pairing with the writing – the same feeling I got with Cassaday’s planetary artwork, Juan Jose Ryp’s Black Summer & ESPECIALLY his No Hero artwork, and the wonderful Freak Angels artwork of Paul Duffield.

    Can’t wait for this one; thank you for making another book with this artist. Amazing how Avatar has gone from “that imprint that publishes Brian Pulludo’s creepy books with 43 variant covers each” to “That imprint that publishes Warren Ellis’ cool books”.

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