Titan Comics is a publisher that's great at bringing properties to comics that you might never have thought of, but that make perfect sense within the medium. Its latest acquisition is Jack Campbell's sci-fi series The Lost Fleet, which arrives in a miniseries titled The Lost Fleet: Corsair, written by Campbell himself with art by Andre Siregar and Sebastian Cheng.

The Lost Fleet began as a series of sci-fi novels by Campbell, built around a fractured human society at war, and starring John "Black Jack" Geary, an Alliance fighter who wakes up after one hundred years in suspended animation to find that the war is not over, and in the intervening time he has become a legendary figure for his people's fight against The Syndics.

The Lost Fleet: Corsair takes place after the conclusion of the century-long war and focuses on "Black Jack" Geary's descendant, Captain Michael Geary, who has to work with a Syndic rebel to rescue a crew of prisoners and prove that he can live up to his family name.

Check out the variant covers and a sample of interior art below:

 

David Demaret / Titan Comics
Marc Laming / Titan Comics
Neil Roberts / Titan Comics
Max Bertolini / Titan Comics
Andre Siregar & Sebastian Cheng / Titan Comics
Andre Siregar & Sebastian Cheng / Titan Comics

 

Here's the full solicitation information:

LOST FLEET #1
Writer: Jack Campbell
Artists: Andre Siregar, Sebastian Cheng
FC • 32pp • $3.99
On Sale June 7, 2017
WRITTEN BY JACK CAMPBELL (THE LOST FLEET NOVEL SERIES) AND ILLUSTRATED BY ANDRE SIREGAR (MARTIAN COMICS, SEVERA) AND SEBASTIAN CHENG!

LOST FLEET IS A MILITARY SCIENCE FICTION SERIES OF 11 INTERNATIONALLY BEST-SELLING NOVELS WRITTEN BY JACK CAMPBELL. SET 100-PLUS YEARS INTO AN INTERSTELLAR WAR BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT HUMAN CULTURES, THE ALLIANCE AND THE SYNDICS!

INCLUDED WITH THE COMIC SERIES WILL BE A GUIDE TO THE LOST FLEET UNIVERSE, IN-DEPTH CHARACTER PROFILES AND AN ALIEN RACE GUIDE BY JACK CAMPBELL

Cover A: Alex Ronald
Cover B: David Demaret Wrap-Around Cover
Cover C: Marc Laming
Cover D: Neil Roberts
Cover E: Max Bertolini