Twilight Experiment by Jimmy Palmiotti

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Decades ago, a handful of brave volunteers sacrificed their humanity in the hope of one day saving their world from a future cosmic event. They failed. This is the story of their children, who, in the twilight of humanity, must find the courage to fulfill their parents’ destiny. Serenity, once the greatest champion humanity had ever known, died defending the world and people she loved. She left behind more than a legacy of heroism — she left a great secret. For eight years, her son Michael has been stranded on a space station orbiting Earth. Raised by a computer program, possessed of strange powers and a hypersensitivity to light, Michael has longed for the day he would join the human race. That day is today.

About Jimmy Palmiotti

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Palmiotti-One of the most popular inkers in comics Jesus Saiz is another talented Spanish cartoonist who's making some noise in America. Following work for Dark Horse and DC's JLA-verse, he got a lot of attention for Midnight Mass (Vertigo) and he's now penciling the monthly 21 Down for Wildstorm, a Gen 13-Universe spin-off about a young man with the power to see how people die that echoes both Fight Club and Unbreakable. Saiz' work contrast realistic humans against moody, expressionist vistas - and the contrast makes both more effective.
Published June 14, 2011 by WildStorm. 144 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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Broken Frontier

The son of a late superhero comes to Earth for the first time and more secrets about the backstory of this world are revealed.

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Broken Frontier

Twilight Experiment opens with a young girl’s recollection of the cataclysmic battle, shows us the boy Michael on the space station and then spends the rest of the issue hinting that it is going to reveal some of the premise in future issues.

Feb 05 2005 | Read Full Review of Twilight Experiment

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