PORTLAND, OR, 4/26/2018 — Writer Joe Henderson (showrunner of Fox’s Lucifer) and artist Lee Garbett (Lucifer, Loki: Agent of Asgard) defy gravity with their hot new series launch SKYWARD. The first issue of the popular new series is being rushed back to print in order to keep up with customer demand and the 2nd printing cover will feature breathtaking artwork by Jock.
In SKYWARD, gravity on Earth suddenly becomes a fraction of what it is now. Twenty years later, humanity has adapted to its new low-gravity reality. For one Willa Fowler—a woman born just after the fateful “G-day”—life after gravity it pretty awesome. Until she accidentally stumbles into a dangerous plan to bring gravity back. A plan that could get her killed…
SKYWARD is an adventure-filled exploration of our world turned upside down and a young woman’s journey to find her place in it.
SKYWARD #1 remains available for purchase across all digital platforms, including the Image Comics website (imagecomics.com), the official Image Comics iOS app, Comixology’s website (comixology.com), iOS, Android, and Google Play.
SKYWARD #1, 2nd printing by Jock (Diamond Code MAR188286) and SKYWARD #2 (Diamond Code MAR180755) will be available on Wednesday, May 23rd. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, April 30th.
"Skyward is a great new series with a great hook and jaw-dropping artwork by Lee Garbett. Highly recommended!" —Jeff Lemire
“This debut issue finds a way to tether readers to its high-flying story, and the issue wraps with a bewildering cliffhanger that will leave you desperate for its next issue.” —ComicBook.com
“Exhilarating and unique... Garbett and Fabela provide some great artwork. This comic earns a strong recommendation. Give it a read.” —Bleeding Cool
“A confidant debut issue that mixes strong characterization with beautiful work from Lee Garbett and Antonio Fabela that gives the reader a strong indication of what this new series is about.” —Multiversity Comics
“An immersive and entertaining read.” —Newsarama
“Fantastical story and kinetic visuals.” —Polygon