Art history comes face-to-face with madness in the brand-new series from IDW this October, The Electric Sublime! Journey through iconic artwork that has defined genres and generations in a story that quite literally takes you behind the scenes, and offers a reading experience wholly unique to comics. This is comic books, imitating art, imitating life.
Written by Judas: The Last Days author W. Maxwell Prince with art by Martín Morazzo (The Great Pacific, Snowfall), The Electric Sublime joins the acclaimed creator-driven titles at IDW like Locke & Key, The Infinite Loop, and most recently, Satellite Falling.
The Last Days,” said editor Tom Waltz. “It was during that time that I witnessed his insane literary genius firsthand. And now I get to watch him—alongside artist Martín Morazzo and colorist Mat Lopes—take that same insanity to all new spectacular levels.
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