Fight for freedom in a first look at “Sparrowhawk” #2 from BOOM! Studios

Fight for freedom in a first look at “Sparrowhawk” #2 from BOOM! Studios

The idea of a comic set in the Victorian Era that features a literal “fairy fight club” fills me with no end of joy.  Thankfully, BOOM! Studios’ Sparrowhawk is here to deliver on that premise in spades, and the publisher have released an early look at the second issue.  Check out Matias Basla’s gorgeous, visceral artwork below, and be sure to pick up the first issue in stores now.

Per BOOM!: 

Your First Look at SPARROWHAWK #2 from  Delilah S. Dawson and Matias Basla

 LOS ANGELES, CA (October 11, 2018) – BOOM! Studios today unveiled a first look at SPARROWHAWK #2, the next chapter of the new limited series from acclaimed writer Delilah S. Dawson (Ladycastle, Star Wars: Forces of Destiny) and rising star artist Matias Basla (The Claw and Fang), which goes on-sale in comic shops on November 7th.

Artemisia is the daughter of a Naval Captain, born of two very different worlds and never quite fitting in with her father’s family nor the high-class life to which they belong in the complicated time that is the Victorian Era of London, 1851. Trapped in the beautiful, deadly world of Faerie, Art realizes that there is only one way out. To survive, she has to fight. To escape, she has to win.

“Art’s journey has just begun - and now she’s going to make the truly hard choices needed to save two worlds...and herself in the process,” said Chris Rosa, Editor, BOOM! Studios. “Delilah, Matias, Rebecca, Jim, Miguel and the whole team are about to take you even deeper into the world of Faerie, where nothing is quite what it seems and everything is uncertain. It’s going to be one helluva ride!”

Sparrowhawk #2 will hit comic shops and digital retailers on November 7.

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