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Far from the border of colonized space, a newly discovered planet teems violently with strange psychic life and puzzling telekinetic ecology. Vep, a refugee raised away from her devastated home planet as an indentured citizen in a foreign colony, is taken by a private military firm to assist in settling the new planet. What awaits her will test the limits of her will as sh Far from the border of colonized space, a newly discovered planet teems violently with strange psychic life and puzzling telekinetic ecology. Vep, a refugee raised away from her devastated home planet as an indentured citizen in a foreign colony, is taken by a private military firm to assist in settling the new planet. What awaits her will test the limits of her will as she grapples with the strange power the planet exerts over her.... Collects PRISM STALKER #1-5


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Far from the border of colonized space, a newly discovered planet teems violently with strange psychic life and puzzling telekinetic ecology. Vep, a refugee raised away from her devastated home planet as an indentured citizen in a foreign colony, is taken by a private military firm to assist in settling the new planet. What awaits her will test the limits of her will as sh Far from the border of colonized space, a newly discovered planet teems violently with strange psychic life and puzzling telekinetic ecology. Vep, a refugee raised away from her devastated home planet as an indentured citizen in a foreign colony, is taken by a private military firm to assist in settling the new planet. What awaits her will test the limits of her will as she grapples with the strange power the planet exerts over her.... Collects PRISM STALKER #1-5

30 review for Prism Stalker, Vol. 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mr. D.

    Pioggia di recensioni entusiastiche, paragoni con Cronenberg, Sailor Moon, bio-punk, acidi e droghe varie. E non c'entra quasi niente con nessuna delle summenzionate cose. Con cosa c'entra allora? Con l'ennesimo plot di formazione scolastica guerriera sink or swim, dove tutti ti sono contro e i tuoi insegnanti ti sottopongono a prove speciali because reasons; un accenno di colonialismo e tensioni tribali gettati là a dare carattere ma mai più utilizzati se non come remota motivazione; tecnologia Pioggia di recensioni entusiastiche, paragoni con Cronenberg, Sailor Moon, bio-punk, acidi e droghe varie. E non c'entra quasi niente con nessuna delle summenzionate cose. Con cosa c'entra allora? Con l'ennesimo plot di formazione scolastica guerriera sink or swim, dove tutti ti sono contro e i tuoi insegnanti ti sottopongono a prove speciali because reasons; un accenno di colonialismo e tensioni tribali gettati là a dare carattere ma mai più utilizzati se non come remota motivazione; tecnologia praticamente indistinguibile dalla magia che ha funzione di deus ex machina facile e conveniente; poteri psionici misticheggianti che santa pazienza, son cinquant'anni che ci giriamo intorno. Se non fosse per l'aspetto visivo del fumetto che è effettivamente gradevole, nella sua esagerazione, sarebbe una stella. Diciamo che ci sono fumetti di fantascienza migliori in giro.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    The influences and reference points are all pretty obvious: the overall world and the protagonist's specific situation both recall Octavia Butler's Xenogenesis series, a lot of the alien designs are similar to those found in Image's recent-ish Prophet revival, and the training and sparring sequences feel like countless shonen and sports manga. But Sloane Leong uses these familiar ingredients to create something impressively complex and personal. There's an idiosyncratic and handmade feel to the The influences and reference points are all pretty obvious: the overall world and the protagonist's specific situation both recall Octavia Butler's Xenogenesis series, a lot of the alien designs are similar to those found in Image's recent-ish Prophet revival, and the training and sparring sequences feel like countless shonen and sports manga. But Sloane Leong uses these familiar ingredients to create something impressively complex and personal. There's an idiosyncratic and handmade feel to the coloring and pencilling, setting Prism Stalker apart from a lot of overly-polished Image series. I also like that every aspect of the world and the story serves a thematic purpose. The body horror elements and the imaginative "fractures" that characters use for attack and defense look cool, but Leong makes sure they reflect the dislocation from her language and culture that our protagonist experiences as a result of colonialism. Prism Stalker's politics feel personal and lived-in in a way that many comics' don't. Along with "Monstress," this is one of the most thoughtful and imaginative of the current crop of Image books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Den

    Read this if you like books about: graphic novels, pastels, colorful artworks, space operas, aliens and humans, reclaiming your freedom, fighters in training, secrets, books with weird aftertaste I feel so weird after reading this one. There's a certain je ne sais quois in this story (and the panels, of course) that reels me in, at the same time, it feels so convoluted I almost gave up on this. Huh.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Best comic I've read in years.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Valéria.

    What an interesting ride this was.. This comics surely developed in me some kind of admiration for it. Story was so unique. First of all, I had a little problem to look at that art, because it was too colourful, but after first issue I somehow got used to it and even started to love it! Some panels were really stunning and I spent a lot of time examining every inch of it. That fantastical world Sloane created is something that will pull you in when you least expect that. I thought in the begginin What an interesting ride this was.. This comics surely developed in me some kind of admiration for it. Story was so unique. First of all, I had a little problem to look at that art, because it was too colourful, but after first issue I somehow got used to it and even started to love it! Some panels were really stunning and I spent a lot of time examining every inch of it. That fantastical world Sloane created is something that will pull you in when you least expect that. I thought in the beggining of this it will bore me but I caught myself like I was smiling reading every word. Characters are amazing, uncommon, fascinating.. The only thing I was sad about here and there was that I found Vep (main character) sometimes a little bit annoying, almost unbearable. No matter if it was purpose or not, in the end I liked it in some way. Can't wait for more.. As I said - excellent art (colour work wonderful), it's different, it's something everyone should try even if the result will be negative opinion.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Clare

    The illustrations in this comic are amazing. If you go to the author’s website , for each issue a track was made to listen to and it really makes you feel like your are in this world. I did find the story a little hard to follow and hope that the next issues and volume clear up things on what exactly is happening in this world. I think think the lack of details is intentional though.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dany

    No... This is not good. This was a mess.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Trent

    Writer/artist/creator Sloane Leong has created a liminal space that can’t be contained in a simple elevator pitch or Wiki summary. So instead of plot or story or characters, I'll just attempt to encapsulate instead some of the reasons why I find it great (hence: no spoilers, no worries!). PRISM STALKER is bio-punk space opera on the speculative scale offered by things like Iain Banks' CULTURE novels or Alejandro Jodorowsky's THE METABARONS, buoyed atop similar thematic depths plumbed in such writ Writer/artist/creator Sloane Leong has created a liminal space that can’t be contained in a simple elevator pitch or Wiki summary. So instead of plot or story or characters, I'll just attempt to encapsulate instead some of the reasons why I find it great (hence: no spoilers, no worries!). PRISM STALKER is bio-punk space opera on the speculative scale offered by things like Iain Banks' CULTURE novels or Alejandro Jodorowsky's THE METABARONS, buoyed atop similar thematic depths plumbed in such writers as Ursula Le Guin or Octavia Butler: diasporic identity, cultural imperialism, colonization, estrangement. There are no quick diagrams or maps tucked away to help navigate this sci-fi universe (unlike so many contemporaries in the genre nowadays); information gained about things like Eriatarka wildlife or the Chorus Academy is not bombarded upon us in clunky exposition, but elicited inside poetic asides and illustrative action instead. Which is not a criticism but a compliment. It feels like a journey, in the proper sense of world-building: discovery, learning a place by travelling through it, expectations subverted. And PRISM STALKER’s setting is indeed an uncanny environment worth discovering, a place where (borrowing a phrase from Galen Strawson) the world of ideas is as solid as the world of seas and mountains, if not more so: synaptic corridors and pulsating hallways, oozing cities, will-to-power as weaponized pneuma, alien bodies in all shapes and sizes. (Oh so many shapes, oh so many sizes – from a horse-like nematoid-faced race called the Sveran or a regal chimera-with-draconic-mane named Sozerin, to an utterly adorable itsy-bitsy rhino-horned ladybug with shimmering mauve-carapace, along with anything and everything in-between). But... the real nexus of appeal here, I think, is the layouts and coloring. If every comicbook could be construed as a block universe, a bound continuum of moments suspended tenseless from front-to-back, then PRISM STALKER interlaces each page into a wild enthalpy of wavelengths forcing form into motion. Sloane Leong’s composition on any given page is truly a sensual exercise in attaining a sustained dynamic of flux. Master craftmanship as chaos control: everything glows, everything breathes, even when you aren’t looking at the thing. I cannot overstate this enough, it is one of the central lures underlying the reading: more hues of color are present and accounted for in a single issue of PRISM STALKER than probably any leprechaun tripping LSD at the end of the rainbow has ever seen. Plasmic pinks? Somnium blue. Radioactive greens! Cosmic tangerine. GAMMAMETHYST. Panels morph, coloring shifts like a speed or a temperature or a heartbeat escaping earthbound spectrums in the direction of extreme ultra-violet, neon landing among the bandwidth of psychedelic dreams. This? This is gorgeous stuff. There is a constant process of ebullition, fulmination, condensation, crystallization within the overall imagery and page designs, fluidly changing in accordance with emotional magnitude and moment-to-moment narrative substance (an ambience or gradient captured pitch-perfect as well in both lettering provided by Ariana Maher and synth-vibes composed by neotenomie -- yes, PRISM STALKER even has an accompanying soundtrack!). It jives perfect with how Sloane’s overall technique appears to fuse a symbiotic gamut of influences, too: it’s a comic as much predisposed to using the speeds lines of shōnan manga or resonant spacelessness in shōjo panels when storytelling need arises, as it is busting out psychedelia often only seen in the likes of Jim Starlin, Andrei Tarkovsky, Philippe Druillet, college dorm room posters. In a recent book, cultural critic and philosopher Steven Shaviro offered a rather concise definition for science fiction as something which operates by speculation, extrapolation and allusion: pragmatic and exploratory, emotional and situational. “By telling stories, the genre asks questions about all sorts of things: consciousness and cognition, the future, extreme possibilities, nonhuman otherness, and especially the deep consequences – the powers and limitations – of both our ideologies and our technologies.” In the wake of the Image Comics boom there has been a plethora of science fiction in mainstream comics, more than a few of which have been quite enjoyable (East of West, Saga, Infection). And they are certainly telling stories, sure. But six years on, it feels like a dearth has taken stranglehold on much of any real novelty inherent to the genre and medium. World-making, in the grand sense of extrapolating new ways of thinking which push against the boundaries or ideas of how we perceive the world, doesn’t seem to be a real concern. PRISM STALKER feels different. A speculative spectacle of socially conscious storytelling, it pushes not only the imagination of the sci-fi genre but the boundaries of the comics medium itself a little bit further. If you love either of those two things, you owe it to yourself to take a journey and check it out.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ruthsic

    Warnings: body horror, gore, violence Vep's story is a hero's journey, deciding what parts of herself she will keep to get what she needs for her people. Her culture more or less decimated, the remaining people from her home planet have been taken in by an alien species as slaves, and when she is forced to go to another planet for its eventual colonization, she is reluctant but she sees it as an opportunity to help her people find a place they can thrive. On this new planet, the inhabitants can m Warnings: body horror, gore, violence Vep's story is a hero's journey, deciding what parts of herself she will keep to get what she needs for her people. Her culture more or less decimated, the remaining people from her home planet have been taken in by an alien species as slaves, and when she is forced to go to another planet for its eventual colonization, she is reluctant but she sees it as an opportunity to help her people find a place they can thrive. On this new planet, the inhabitants can manipulate reality in myriad ways, and the Academy that has taken her in wants her to learn these ways in the most efficient/brutal ways. The highlight of this novel is the world-building - the many alien species presented, the intermingling of these disparate cultures, and the unreal laws of nature that predominate. It is a treat to see all the ways a space fantasy can be, and it is presented in a psychedelic color scheme. The artwork seems okay; it renders the emotions of the characters as well as the imagination of the author well enough. I still felt that it sacrificed a proper pace of plot for lush graphics. At many points, it stagnates and bores and no amount of brilliantly drawn alien landscapes can help with that. The story is about her training and a lot of it is action, but the scenes are cluttered and chaotic. I did like the story arc of her trying to retain the knowledge of her culture while the other aliens keep telling her to forget hers, and also how she is deemed to not matter to another proud kin of hers. Overall, it is a richly imagined space alien fantasy, but it needs to pick up the pace to be more interesting. Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review from Image Comics, via Edelweiss.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Eleanor Luhar

    Another copy I received via Edelweiss+. This volume collected the first 5 issues of Prism Srtalker. In these we meet Vep, a young Inaman refugee. She is taken from her current residence upon an asteroid and enrolled in an academy on a new planet. There are dozens of different species here, as well as members from other Inaman tribes. Vep tries to help several times, but soon finds that help is not always welcome. The students in this academy are taught how to manipulate the energy upon the planet, Another copy I received via Edelweiss+. This volume collected the first 5 issues of Prism Srtalker. In these we meet Vep, a young Inaman refugee. She is taken from her current residence upon an asteroid and enrolled in an academy on a new planet. There are dozens of different species here, as well as members from other Inaman tribes. Vep tries to help several times, but soon finds that help is not always welcome. The students in this academy are taught how to manipulate the energy upon the planet, as well as their own physical form. I got a little bit lost on this part, but it seemed pretty cool. Vep struggles with it, worrying she's 'missing' some vital part of herself. She is picked on by several other students, but soon manages to make some friends within the academy. I was very much reminded of Shade: The Changing Girl during the first part of Issue #1 of this, where Vep is sort of communicating with her ancestors, learning the ancient language of her tribe. And of course, the art style is incredibly similar. The colours are amazingly vivid, with tons of geometric shapes and lines throughout, as well as a lot of fluid movement and forms. It was really gorgeous to look at; at the start, where Vep is learning her tribe's language, there is a lot of tribal influence in the art, which I thought was wonderful. I really wanted to like this, but I did get a bit too confused. I just couldn't quite catch on to the story. Still, I appreciate the art and the originality of the concept. 3 stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emily W.

    **I received this from Edelweiss in exchange for an Honest Review** **This is 3.5 stars** **Or 7.5 stars for Edelweiss** Thank you Edelweiss, Image Comics, and Diamond Book Distributors for letting me read and review this book!! ^_^ Before Thoughts: So I'm loving that cover the art looks really good. And I chose to review this book because I like sci-fi, I've heard this be considered Magical Girl material (almost), and honestly with where the description is going it sounds like there's an adventure **I received this from Edelweiss in exchange for an Honest Review** **This is 3.5 stars** **Or 7.5 stars for Edelweiss** Thank you Edelweiss, Image Comics, and Diamond Book Distributors for letting me read and review this book!! ^_^ Before Thoughts: So I'm loving that cover the art looks really good. And I chose to review this book because I like sci-fi, I've heard this be considered Magical Girl material (almost), and honestly with where the description is going it sounds like there's an adventure in space to be looked at. (Which if you've ever seen me watch Space Dandy, Doctor Who, Cowboy Bebop, etc. you'd know I like adventures that take place in space.) So I hope I enjoy this book to its fullest because it looks like it should be a fantastic book. Review: Read on:09/02/18 To be Published on:09/11/18 Plot: So the story follows our main character Vep who alongside her people have kind of become prisoner on this unfamiliar asteroid due to their planet being plagued by something beyond their control. When all hope for her colony seems lost and broken. Vep is suddenly brought before some alien lizard of some kind that grants her a power that might be able to save her people. This power granted to Vep allows her to become a part of an academy that helps various colonys, tribes, etc. throughout the universe against certain forces that are "supposedly" trying to help these colonies out by re-locating some of them and sometimes even splitting the colonies or tribes up. Character(s): Vep: She's a part of the Inaman tribe. Her tribe has lost their home because of certain circumstances. She's been taken to an academy that will help her in the fight with saving her tribe somehow. Final Thoughts: I wasn't 100% crazy about the story, but it has potential. Now if it would just keep some focus when going between specific scenes or panels in the comic it would make this a little easier to follow. Also I wasn't crazy for the text used in the comic for the kindle format provided for me with Edelweiss. It was hard to read at times and I had to constantly zoom in to see what some of the text or dialogue said. But I hope that the text won't be as much of an issue in the print format of this comic. The art is really interesting to look at and at times can be weirdly beautiful. It really gives the comic some of its own style. I hope the story will progress a lot further in later issues or volumes. At least enough to reach something resembling a big story arc for the comic. And lets get some proper character development for a few of our side characters too. Recommends to: If you love comics you will probably enjoy the qualities this can provide. The art is great and should be appreciated. It has potential to get better and will hopefully head in the right direction to make itself better. Hope you enjoyed my review!! Thanks for Reading!! ^_^ And go catch that good book!! ^_^ My Blog Site

  12. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    Image Comics continues to put out some of the most interesting comicsin the United States. Were I putting together a reading group for bright, stylized sci-fi comics with complex narratives and a loose sense of narrative, I'd put this on the list with Prophet, Volume 1: Remission, Firebug Ogn, and Pretty Deadly, Vol. 1: The Shrike. Books that are challenging to follow but have distinctive art. If you are a reader who loves being thrown into an alien world where you don't really know the rules, an Image Comics continues to put out some of the most interesting comicsin the United States. Were I putting together a reading group for bright, stylized sci-fi comics with complex narratives and a loose sense of narrative, I'd put this on the list with Prophet, Volume 1: Remission, Firebug Ogn, and Pretty Deadly, Vol. 1: The Shrike. Books that are challenging to follow but have distinctive art. If you are a reader who loves being thrown into an alien world where you don't really know the rules, and you follow a character, feeling constantly two or three steps behind understanding what they're doing, then this book might be perfect for you. For me, I wanted the world explained more clearly as the story progressed.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Y.S. Stephen

    In a world of metaphysical power and telekinetic ecosystem, Vep is sold from one colony to another for war and profit. In the midst of her struggle for survival, she grapples with who she is and how she can turn her situation around without dying first. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS BOOK I have not read a book like Prism Stalker for a while. The world in which its characters inhabit is interesting and brutal. The colours, the psychic powers, the languages all feed into a cohesive, believable world that In a world of metaphysical power and telekinetic ecosystem, Vep is sold from one colony to another for war and profit. In the midst of her struggle for survival, she grapples with who she is and how she can turn her situation around without dying first. WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS BOOK I have not read a book like Prism Stalker for a while. The world in which its characters inhabit is interesting and brutal. The colours, the psychic powers, the languages all feed into a cohesive, believable world that drags you on a journey with weird characters who can read minds and manipulate their environments. DISLIKES It starts quite slow, leaving me wondering what was going on. But my persistence paid off in a big way as the story became clearer and the plot unpredictable. WHO IS IT FOR? Prism Stalker is for those who enjoy sci-fi mixed with fantasy. If you don't mind a space opera with loads of aliens and colour, then you will enjoy this. Many thanks to Image Comic for review copy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    David Moses

    Prism Stalker is on of my favorite comics of 2018. In the first issue, Leong sets a poetic, personal tone for the book, following a young girl displaced from both her home planet and her native culture. The world(s) Leong builds is unique and the alien cultures constantly surprise me, but the themes she explores are human: The effects of colonization on the colonized; not belonging where you should belong; most of all, the strength that comes through coping with failure. The art is stunning. Ima Prism Stalker is on of my favorite comics of 2018. In the first issue, Leong sets a poetic, personal tone for the book, following a young girl displaced from both her home planet and her native culture. The world(s) Leong builds is unique and the alien cultures constantly surprise me, but the themes she explores are human: The effects of colonization on the colonized; not belonging where you should belong; most of all, the strength that comes through coping with failure. The art is stunning. Imagine Paul Pope, Simon Roy, and Jordie Bellaire all dove into a warm neon pool. Another thing I love about this book is that the first volume ends in an unexpected way. I'll let you read and figure that out. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kelci Harris

    After reading several early reviews of Prism Stalker, I had initially planned to read it digitally through Hoopla. I was intrigued by the premise, but not quite ready to commit the shelf space. That is until I made the mistake of flipping through the third issue at my LCS. The colors popped off of the page. I bought that issue immediately, and then went to find copies of the first two issues. I'm glad I did! Not only do I love the art, but I also find the story to be interesting. The world build After reading several early reviews of Prism Stalker, I had initially planned to read it digitally through Hoopla. I was intrigued by the premise, but not quite ready to commit the shelf space. That is until I made the mistake of flipping through the third issue at my LCS. The colors popped off of the page. I bought that issue immediately, and then went to find copies of the first two issues. I'm glad I did! Not only do I love the art, but I also find the story to be interesting. The world building is well done. Vep is a compelling protagonist. Having the single issues has made it easier to push this comic onto friends. I'm very curious as to where it all goes next.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elijah Brown

    It's hard to find the right words to do Prism Stalker justice as a comic. Though personally, I would say Prism Stalker vol. 1 is everything comics can be. Written and visual storytelling go hand in hand as you read Vep's immersive journey of many emotions. The warm colors, detail, and scale of Sloane Leong's art and world-building make Prism Stalker science fiction of it's own unique kind. (Seriously, just search some of the panels on Google and see for yourself!) Give Prism Stalker a chance, an It's hard to find the right words to do Prism Stalker justice as a comic. Though personally, I would say Prism Stalker vol. 1 is everything comics can be. Written and visual storytelling go hand in hand as you read Vep's immersive journey of many emotions. The warm colors, detail, and scale of Sloane Leong's art and world-building make Prism Stalker science fiction of it's own unique kind. (Seriously, just search some of the panels on Google and see for yourself!) Give Prism Stalker a chance, and as you read it, you'll feel like you're on a journey too.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Corissa Haury

    Prism Stalker is a unique, brilliantly illustrated, and brightly colored comic series that is now released in trade paperback form. The story of Vep, a human being who serves her alien masters until they send her away to an academy she knows nothing about, and her survival, courage, grit, and trauma is one that everyone should read. If you love science fiction and beautiful artwork, you will deeply enjoy Sloane Leong's iridescent, mysterious, organic world. Buy this and read it, because it will Prism Stalker is a unique, brilliantly illustrated, and brightly colored comic series that is now released in trade paperback form. The story of Vep, a human being who serves her alien masters until they send her away to an academy she knows nothing about, and her survival, courage, grit, and trauma is one that everyone should read. If you love science fiction and beautiful artwork, you will deeply enjoy Sloane Leong's iridescent, mysterious, organic world. Buy this and read it, because it will be your new favorite book!

  18. 4 out of 5

    -RadioactiveBookworm-

    When I picked up "Prism Stalker", I was a little confused by the world the main character, Vep, was in. Everything was so alien, and so unlike our own, I felt like I was missing something. That is, until I realized that's how Vep felt too. A world filled with strange creatures and breathing walls, her and other humans like her, are basically slaves to the hive. Check out the rest of my review here! https://radioactivebookreviews.wordpr...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Abby

    I was drawn to this comic by its gorgeous psychedelic colors and was enticed by the mysterious otherworldly plot- I've grown attached to Vep and am interested in her cultural history and future. The artwork is phenomenal!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Theediscerning

    Just could not get into this hippie-inflected sci-fantasy, about - er, well, that's the problem. There's someone, and there's some competitive training for something, and lots of dodgy womb things in the artwork, and that's about it. Far too odd for my taste.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Effing

    A little hard to wrap my head around sometimes, but solid enough I might keep up with it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Evan

    love psychedelic sci fi that doesnt stop to explain

  23. 5 out of 5

    katy

    i LOVE the art and colors and it's got super interesting stuff abt culture and trauma. if you like weird shapes and space it's perfect. also i love the outfits

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Inventive science fiction story with amazing artwork.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kazima

    Well that was unusual...! Very unique and interesting. A real trip to read, but definitely rewarding.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tom Shapira

    Sloane Leong's science fiction vision might not be the easiest read, as the story line deals with heavy themes of oppression and cultural erasure, but it is definitely a worthy one - a powerful work of a type that is rare in the North american market.. It is also a ridiculously good-looking series, all the characters feel well-defined from the moment they appear on the page; there’s a sense of truth both to their expressions and to their body language. Leong's use of color is especially notable - Sloane Leong's science fiction vision might not be the easiest read, as the story line deals with heavy themes of oppression and cultural erasure, but it is definitely a worthy one - a powerful work of a type that is rare in the North american market.. It is also a ridiculously good-looking series, all the characters feel well-defined from the moment they appear on the page; there’s a sense of truth both to their expressions and to their body language. Leong's use of color is especially notable - putting her light years ahead of the competition. "Prism Stalker" starts out good and just keeps getting better.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joe Worthen

  28. 4 out of 5

    A'ndrea

  29. 4 out of 5

    Oxana Bocharova

  30. 4 out of 5

    Allen Richard

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