The Wrong Earth Volume One

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Collecting the smash-hit miniseries that launched AHOY Comics! On dark, gritty Earth-Omega, masked vigilante Dragonfly punishes evil maniacs and evades corrupt authorities. On sun-splashed Earth-Alpha, costumed crook-catcher Dragonflyman upholds the letter of the law. Now they’re trapped on each other’s worlds, where even the good guys don’t share their values! This volume also collects all the original Stinger and Dragonflyman backup stories, plus extra behind-the-scenes features.

 

“A surprisingly deep exploration and commentary on where this medium has been, how it got where it is, and where it can go.” -Mark Waid

“If you love superheroes, you NEED this. If you HATE superheroes, this will change your mind.” - Mark Millar

“Peyer's writing embraces classic superhero storytelling really beautifully while also parodying it and it makes for a hell of a comic book reading experience. Jamal Igle, the artist for the series, flawlessly compliments Peyer's vintage styled writing with his gorgeous artwork that is both extraordinary and classic.” - COMICS THE GATHERING

“I haven't felt this excited about a new series in a long time.” - READING WITH A FLIGHT RING

Wildly entertaining" - 13TH DIMENSION

"Delightful.” ― CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER

 

Introduction by Tom Scocca.

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Collected Editions

The Wrong Earth

News

  • Nov 07, 2018 - 09:30 PM
    Ten years ago, first-year art school student Juan Castro of Tijuana, Mexico, posted a series of sketches on the website DeviantArt, and a comic book career was born. Today, Castro’s works have graced titles such as Transformers, Aquaman, Batgirl, GI Joe, and AHOY Comics’ premier series THE WRONG... more
  • Jun 30, 2018 - 02:00 PM
    Jamal Igle launched his career at age 17 as an intern at DC Comics. In fact, he’d been already planning it for six years. Over the last three decades, from his breakout creation Molly Danger to his artistry on Supergirl and Firestorm, Igle has done everything. A past winner of the Inkpot Award for... more