Superpowered Girls Go On The Run In Bunn & Kambadais’ ‘Grave Lilies’ #1 [Preview]
This December, Z2 Comics launches its first superhero title with Cullen Bunn and George Kambadais' Grave Lilies, about a quintet of teenage girls who emerge from stasis with nothing but questions and a shady government agency on their tale.
Ahead of its debut, Z2 has provided us with a look at the first issue, which looks like no other superhero comic out on the stands.
Kambadais' art shines in this preview, and after his breakout work for Monkeybrain, The Double Life of Miranda Turner, he has stepped it up in a big way and brings an indie and almost self-published feel to the pages found in Grave Lilies. Cullen Bunn has graduated from an indie stalwart to veteran comics creator, and this series looks set to be another fine addition to an already impressive resume.
Check out the preview below:
Here's the full solicitation information:
GRAVE LILIES #1 (OCT162100)
(W) Cullen Bunn (A/CA) George Kambadais
In the aftermath of a mysterious explosion that tears through a major metropolitan area, five stasis tubes are discovered. The coffin-like containers are empty, but each is branded with a woman’s name. These women have wandered away from the disaster without a scratch – and with no memory of who they are. They discover that they each possess a remarkable ability. The ability to charm the masses, the power to control plant life, the gift of healing, supernatural senses, and unbelievable physical strength. They’ll need these powers, too, because they are pursued by sinister agencies that want to apprehend them before they learn the shocking truth of their origins and the destiny that awaits them.
In Shops: Dec 07, 2016