Sea of Stars, Vol. 1: Lost in the Wild

Sea of Stars, Vol. 1: Lost in the Wild

"LOST IN THE WILDS OF HEAVEN"
Being a space-trucker sounds like a cool job, but the reality is can be boring as hell. So when recently-widowed GIL gets a long-haul gig across the universe, he figures it's safe enough to bring his young son KADYN along for the ride -- that is until their "big rig" gets bitten in half by a gigantic Space Leviathan! Now separated from his young son -- with a breached suit that's venting oxygen at an alarming rate -- Gil must defy the odds and stay alive long enough to rescue Kadyn.

Meanwhile, Kadyn seems to be getting all the help he needs from a talking Space Mon-key riding a Space Dolphin...or maybe it's the strange powers he's suddenly manifest-ing?!

From the writing duo of JASON AARON (SOUTHERN BASTARDS, Thor) and DENNIS HOPELESS (Cloak & Dagger, Vader: Dark Visions), with dazzling art by STEPHEN GREEN (Hellboy & the BPRD) and cosmic colors by Rico Renzi (SpiderGwen) comes a brand-new science fiction series, with all the scope and heart of the THE NEVEREND-ING STORY crossed with imaginative weirdness of Miyazaki -- an intense, galaxy-spanning adventure that's suitable for fans of all ages!

COLLECTS SEA OF STARS 1-5

Title:Sea of Stars, Vol. 1: Lost in the Wild
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534314955
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    Sea of Stars, Vol. 1: Lost in the Wild Reviews

  • Chad

    Finding Nemo in space. A space trucker and his son are separated across the vastness of space, yet through coincidence meet up again within five issues. Given the writers involved this was missing som...

  • James DeSantis

    Aaron is back to his indie work and takes a huge swing to give us a sci-fi coming of age, finding memo, story. Too bad it mostly strikes out. The story is almost exactly finding memo in terms of struc...

  • Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5Total review score: 3.3...

  • Alex Sarll

    We open on a fabulous purple background, a psychedelic purple swirl of some distant galaxy. The caption: "Space...is so crapping boring."Good start. Promising writers, too – Jason Aaron working with...

  • Ryan Stewart

    What in the star farts did I just read? A father and son get separated, the father looks for the son, who might be more special than he realizes. I think it boils down to that, but it’s also about s...

  • 47Time

    Damn it, I thought this was a completed series. It ends in a cliffhanger with no new issues in sight. This is why I don't read new stuff. I hate the wait. Otherwise, it's a great story about a father ...

  • Alexander Peterhans

    An interesting idea - a father and his son separated by the immense expanse of space.Could be real nailbiting stuff, showing the father's desperate attempts to reach his son, or his son increasingly g...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Father and son are separated, and must find their way back to each other. Sounds familiar? Yeah, it is. But this one's in space! Sea Of Stars has a lot of good ideas. It also has a lot going on at onc...

  • Dvid Novotn

    Finding Nemo in space. But for the most time, you won't even notice you are in space. Original line where father is searching for his son is 'enriched' by another 'mystic' one. It's there so probably ...

  • Stephanie

    Gorgeous art, but the story felt too rushed. This is a rare case where I would have liked more exposition, rather than being thrown into the present with only a couple of pages before the first big ob...