Manifest Destiny #1

In 1804, Captain Meriwether Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark set out on an expedition to explore the uncharted American frontier This is the story of what they discovered lurking in the wilds Skybound s newest original series unveils the monsters of the western frontier in the adventure of a lifetime by writer CHRIS DINGESS Being Human and up and coming artistIn 1804, Captain Meriwether Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark set out on an expedition to explore the uncharted American frontier This is the story of what they discovered lurking in the wilds Skybound s newest original series unveils the monsters of the western frontier in the adventure of a lifetime by writer CHRIS DINGESS Being Human and up and coming artist MATTHEW ROBERTS.
Manifest Destiny In Captain Meriwether Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark set out on an expedition to explore the uncharted American frontier This is the story of what they discovered lurking in the wilds

  • Title: Manifest Destiny #1
  • Author: Chris Dingess Matthew Roberts Owen Gieni
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Manifest Destiny #1”

    1. This was one of my most anticipated Image first issues to read and I was not disappointed.It's another comic with alternate historical themes only this time, our heroes remain the same except creator Chris Dingess adds more monsters. It is fortunate that his art partner, Matthew Roberts is up to the thanks of drawing some pretty fascinating monsters.

    2. More like 3.5 stars. Excellent art marred by archetypal characters. The intriguing story of Lewis and Clark, Monster Hunters, is a good one though and the ending of the first issue hints at an ambitious and imaginative tale. I'm not totally sold on Chris Dingess' writing but this is still a decent comic that's worth a look. Read the full review here!

    3. The last one that the comic bookstore owner suggested and I liked this one enough to possibly continue it some more.

    4. I picked this comic after a recommendation from the guy at the store. The premise seemed interesting, the coloring caught my eye, and I have a special fondness for Lewis & Clark. This is the first comic I've read, but it seems like a typical #1. The characters were introduced, and the plot set up- Lewis & Clark are hunting monsters on orders from the president. On the last few pages we finally catch a glimpse of our first monster, which seemed to late. As I closed the book, however, I di [...]

    5. Manifest Destiny #1 is thus far the first #1 single issue comic I've read that motivated me to go back and buy the second issue (rather than waiting for my library to get the trade). The illustrations seem to glow with sunlight! In addition to the lovely images, I'm drawn to this retelling of Lewis and Clark's expedition as a monster hunt complete with the promise of hybrid creatures. I plan to make a trip to my local comics shop this week to get more.

    6. I can't really say what drew me to this book, probably the idea grabbed my attention. Even though it has its shortcomings, I enjoyed reading it. Not groundbreaking, not wholly original, yet somehow quite captivating. It's an interesting take on zombies (which I personally deeply dislike) with solutions and twists that worked even for someone who likes bolder, more modern stuff.

    7. Also read the first image on comixology and really enjoyed the way this story is unfolding. Cant wait to read more. Not sure if I will move to trade or just continue to the 2nd issue to decide if I'll move to trade.

    8. More like 4.5 I loved 1-6 so far and the future looks great for the series. The art is the real star of the show but I also love the archetypical characters juxtaposed into such a bizarre setting. Looking forward to upcoming titles

    9. Odd book. It is an alternative history of the Lewis and Clark expedition. It is quite a wild and scary story. I am interested in reading more.

    10. A really good first issue that gets right to the point; this has some great art -- I particularly loved the Gateway Arch made out of plant life.

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