Expected publication: July 21st 2015
“You are not dreaming. We are trying to communicate with you. Local reality has been reinstalled. Things have gone wrong. The revision has corrupted. Finding Ethan Crane is your supreme priority. Do not trust Darius Dax. We are all going to die.” Supreme: Blue Rose re-introduces the central Image Comics character Supreme, in a multi-layered and often hallucinatory mystery presented by New York Times bestselling writer Warren Ellis and acclaimed new artist Tula Lotay in her astonishing graphic novel debut.
Supreme: Blue Rose is so weird and different and I loved it.
It was kind of confusing to me at first but I still was enjoying it even though I didn’t really understand anything.
The whole story was crazy different and I had a lot of fun interpreting the story.
The art is beautiful. It’s my favorite thing about this graphic novel because it’s just so insanely beautiful. Seriously, if you have any interesting in art, get this graphic novel. I would love to have pages of this book as prints to put all over my walls.
Overall, I really enjoyed Supreme: Blue Rose. It was different and beautiful and just fantastic.