Local flirt Tito is forced to make a decision regarding her love life. The young scientist is forced to make a decision about his career path. And just when the children come to grips with their blindness, they're given new clarity. Don't miss the latest chapter in the surreal tale of love and sacrifice that unites comics legends Gilbert Hernandez and Darwyn Cooke.
The mysteries of Ela and the elusive orbs converge to create a bigger conundrum in the conclusion of THE TWILIGHT CHILDREN. The young scientist Felix, the town's sheriff, the local doctor and the rest of the cast involved in this adventure come to understand the seriousness of the danger threatening the town, and possibly the entire planet, if someone doesn't do something fast. Ela is the only hope, and she perhaps must sacrifice what she's come to love the most.
The wrenching conclusion of "Stumbling Distance." On a trip to his past, alcoholic writer William Gaunt must decide if he'll intervene in his childhood self's imminent suicide attempt and if he'll confront his monstrous mother. And if he does, what havoc will it wreak on the future?
For the first time ever, legendary comics creators Gilbert Hernandez (Love and Rockets) and Darwyn Cooke (DC: THE NEW FRONTIER) have joined forces for a surreal project unlike anything you've ever read before! When a white orb washes up on the shore of a remote Latin American village, a group of children naturally poke at the strange object to see what it is. The orb explodes, leaving the children completely blind. And when a beautiful young woman who may be an alien is found wandering the seafront, she's taken in by the townspeople, but soon becomes a person of interest to a quirky pair of undercover CIA agents, and the target of affection for a young scientist. Can they come together to prevent an all-out alien invasion and save the souls in this sleepy, seaside town?
A successful but deeply troubled writer returns to his home town for a book signing, to find that he's stepped back in time to encounter his abused and maladjusted younger self. Can he save the boy from the misery coming his way? Should he, when it's the trials he endured that made him the man he became?