SUPERNAUT from 215Ink is available for Pre-Order & people are talking!

215Ink’s COMIC BOOK Mind Trip, SUPERNAUT, is coming to print this December!

Pick up what Mike Carey (Unwritten, The Girl with all the Gifts) calls “reminiscent of Grant Morrison’s most cosmic and tripped out storytelling.”
In SUPERNAUT, God himself has decided to pull loose the strings, and allow Reality to fall back in on itself. From the wreckage, he intends to build a better, stronger Macroverse. Can he be stopped and should he? Only SUPERNAUT will save us.
Supernaut is a cosmic story of astronaut Stephen Haddon’s discovery of the mysterious “Oortum Bands” hidden on the moon and the transformative journey that occurs afterwards. These artifacts transmute him into a highly evolved consciousness – a Supernaut – and with his newly-achieved cosmic awareness and power, he works with a team of extra-dimensional thieves to assemble five artifacts. Once brought together, these various devices and weapons will allow him to stop “God” from destroying reality. In the end, Supernaut realizes he must let go and allow Armageddon to happen so that something better and new can form. Armageddon always comes. We all have an end. Some of us get a new beginning. This is Supernaut. Ragnarock n’ Roll.
TITLE: SUPERNAUT
WRITER / ARTIST: MICHAEL DAVID NELSEN
PUBLISHER: 215 INK
DIAMOND PREVIEWS CODE: OCT171818
IN SHOPS: DECEMBER 2017
“I was blown away by its multifarious concepts, ambitious scope, and Nelsen’s vibrant and equally turbulent visuals,” says Carl Doherty from ShelfAbuse.
“The most refreshing comic… I’ve read in a long time. Challening the conventional with new and exciting ideas, it stands apart as a truly unique entity,” says Comic Book Boom.
What will you have to say about SUPERNAUT when it comes out this December? 
 
RAGNAROCK N’ ROLL!
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