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    Default CBR: Sagan Launches "Shrapnel: Hubris"

    Veteran novelist and television writer Nick Sagan takes the reins for the sequel to Radical Publishing's sci-fi epic with "Shrapnel: Hubris," the follow-up miniseries to "Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising."


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    Quote Originally Posted by CBR News View Post
    Veteran novelist and television writer Nick Sagan takes the reins for the sequel to Radical Publishing's sci-fi epic with "Shrapnel: Hubris," the follow-up miniseries to "Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising."


    Full article here.
    Really liked Zach Sherman and Imaginary Friends first outing on this title, shame to see them both absent from the mix. Any news on when Len Wiseman is going to shoot this? Haven't heard anything since Comicon last year.

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    I don't know how I feel about how the art looks in those previews...

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    The art looks pretty good to me. I'll be picking this one up :)

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    i hope its gonna be better then the first arc
    i was deeply underwhelmed by it
    template story and very obscure, indecipherable art

    thats what i get for being a sucker for power-armor-sci-fi-epic-battles

    at least this time art looks a lot better

    edit: crap looks like its the same artist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddboom View Post
    i hope its gonna be better then the first arc
    i was deeply underwhelmed by it
    template story and very obscure, indecipherable art

    thats what i get for being a sucker for power-armor-sci-fi-epic-battles

    at least this time art looks a lot better

    edit: crap looks like its the same artist

    The artwork for this series is done by Concept Art House and is a lot different than Aristeia Rising which was done by Bagus Hutomo. The battle scenes will be a lot easier to make out with this new miniseries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gianluca View Post
    The artwork for this series is done by Concept Art House and is a lot different than Aristeia Rising which was done by Bagus Hutomo. The battle scenes will be a lot easier to make out with this new miniseries.
    wow thanks for the good news
    i skimmed through the article and thought it says the artist is the same but well mustve misread

    indeed preview pages look pretty impressive

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    Default Hubris #1 Preview

    quick little update...
    noticed radical has the preview pages up for Hubris #1 here

    looks like a great read from what i can tell. since today's payday for me, i'm definitely picking it up!

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    Thumbs up belated review.....

    Okay, just read my issue tonight, and though it obviously reads as a tv show or movie, at least the plot was good and easy to follow and the art was decent as well.

    It's a LOT of book, and expensive, but worth it! And I was surprised by how much I liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgs View Post
    Okay, just read my issue tonight, and though it obviously reads as a tv show or movie, at least the plot was good and easy to follow and the art was decent as well.

    It's a LOT of book, and expensive, but worth it! And I was surprised by how much I liked it.
    Thanks for checking it out. If it becomes a movie then great but it was originally created by Nick Sagan and Mark Long as an epic science fiction/military story for folks that really love science fiction. There is action but also a healthy amount of character story on "Sam".

    Shrapnel is a 3 part story with Shrapnel: Hubris being the 2nd miniseries. If you haven't read it, I highly recommend Shrapnel: Aristeia Rising, the first story arc that is collected as a paperback.
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