Cloudburst

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Image Comics, Sep 1, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 64 pages
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An experimental weather machine, a transport ship filled with hundreds of families, and a troop of hired killers converge on a derelict colony world only to discover it's not abandoned. Lauren Moore is a brilliant young scientist and the creator of Cloudburst: a massive satellite designed to control rainfall on dry planets. Onboard a new colony ship carrying several hundred families, soldiers and cryogenically stored animal embryos, Lauren has been commissioned to use Cloudburst to terraform the planet. What Lauren doesn't know is the soldiers escorting the ship have been sent to remove the existing colonists to make room for the new ones. The corporate term is eviction. The human term is mass murder. The only man who can help her is a mysterious drifter who some say is only a myth, an invention of desert nomads and lunatics.

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User Review  - Periklis - Goodreads

Christofer Shy's Dune-influenced pages is worth, this slim GN's cover price. Justin Gray has written very good comics (his early run, with Palmiotti, in Jonah Hex and The Resistance),but this story is something forgettable... Read full review

Review: Cloudburst

User Review  - Goodreads

Christofer Shy's Dune-influenced pages is worth, this slim GN's cover price. Justin Gray has written very good comics (his early run, with Palmiotti, in Jonah Hex and The Resistance),but this story is something forgettable... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Justin Gray has collaborated with Jimmy Palmiotti on works such as the TV series Painkiller Jane, Powergirl and Jonah Hex for DC Comics, Back to Brooklyn for Image Comics, and Spartacus for Devils Due.

Jimmy Palmiotti is a multi-award-winning writer and comic artist and the co-founder of Event Comics, Black Bull Media, Marvel Knights, and most recently Paperfilms.

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