AfterShock’s DESCENDENT #1 Sells Out, Goes Into Second Printing Stephanie Phillips' series is the third new sell-out for the company this year

Despite the general shakiness of the comic book industry at present, it’s nonetheless good news over at AfterShock, where Stephanie Phillips’ new series Descendent #1 has sold out and gone into second printing. This is the third such success story at AfterShock this year, following on from Dark Red #1 and Orphan Age #1.

Below, enjoy the new cover, and if you’re unfamiliar with the series, you can find out some more information about it too.

DESCENDENT #1 SECOND PRINTING/ $3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 6.19.19
Writer: Stephanie Phillips
Artist: Evgeniy Bornyakov

Colorist: Lauren Affe
Letterer: A LARGER WORLD’S Troy Peteri
Cover: Juan Doe

1:10 Incentive Cover: Andrei Bressan

WANTED:

Information as to the whereabouts of

JACKSON E. MILLER

Son of Senator Carter Miller

The child was kidnapped from his home in Washington, DC between 4 and 6 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.

Address all communications to FBI representative Joanna
Hernandez, writer Stephanie Phillips (Devil Within, Kicking Ice), artist Evgeniy Bornyakov, colorist Lauren Affe, or letterer Troy Peteri. All communications will be treated in confidence.

Please, no more calls about secret government conspiracies or ancient cults.

Descendent #1 Synopsis:

Conspiracy theories, government corruption, and a really good mix of Prince drives David Corey to help solve the mysterious disappearance of a famous politician’s son. When David realizes that the truth is much more dangerous than a kidnapping, he must battle ancient secrets that have endangered the lives of children for centuries. This conspiracy-fueled adventure story looks at the darker side of American history through the eyes of an unlikely team of heroes. If they fail, the American government and its people may not survive.

Jonathon Wilson

Jonathon is the Co-Founder of Ready Steady Cut and has been Senior Editor and Chief Critic of the outlet since 2017.

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