Dissonance #1
In an alternate world where Earth is populated with powerful human-spirit hybrids called Fantasmen, Folke and Roisia Herviett, two siblings with opposing worldviews, are challenged to prove their worth and take up their parents’ positions in a devious group who secretly run the world. Meanwhile, Seraphim, a Fantasmen warrior guard, is sent to prevent a catastrophic event from affecting the Earth and its own universe. From designer MELITA CURPHY, writer SINGGIH NUGROHO, and featuring the art of SAMI BASRI (Power Girl, WITCHBLADE), comes a fantasy drama set in a sci-fi world unlike any other.

Dissonance #1 Details

TitleDissonance #1
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 24th, 2018
PublisherImage
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels

Dissonance #1 Review

  • Brandon St Mark
    January 1, 1970
    I've seen almost all negative reviews on Goodreads for this title, but I really liked it a lot! I thought the world was pretty interesting, and I like the themes that are being set up. Probably going to add this to my pull list.
  • Chris Thompson
    January 1, 1970
    Poorly written, developed, and executed. The beginning attempts to develop a species of spiritual beings called Fantasmen, but they are not clearly defined. The bulk of the story revolves around a heated discussion about, well, I’m not sure what. Why everybody was angry at a young human man wasn’t really clear. Then we listen to the internal monologue of his psychotic sister, who we’re supposed to care about?Unfortunately, the creators fail to provide any reason for readers to care about the cha Poorly written, developed, and executed. The beginning attempts to develop a species of spiritual beings called Fantasmen, but they are not clearly defined. The bulk of the story revolves around a heated discussion about, well, I’m not sure what. Why everybody was angry at a young human man wasn’t really clear. Then we listen to the internal monologue of his psychotic sister, who we’re supposed to care about?Unfortunately, the creators fail to provide any reason for readers to care about the characters or world. The art is okay, perhaps a bit too polished, and character designs are just bizarre and whimsical. Nothing interested me enough to want to read more, sadly.
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  • Grace Boyer
    January 1, 1970
    This book has a lot of potential with character and world building. I was intrigued with the brother-sister relationship dynamic. In a world where you are blending human and alien species, the possibilities are endless.
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