I’ve enjoyed Joe Keatinge’s Shutter a great deal. I think it’s a wonderful new take on the adventure story and the lives of the adventurers in them. Including family intrigue. Issue #7 starts a new story arc which means it’s a great place to come on board if you aren’t already.
From the press release:
Readers invited on an all-new journey with Kate
and in welcoming new letterer John Workman“So completely and utterly new that it reminds you of the potential of this medium.” —Robert Kirkman
“The highlights of drawing Issue 7: everything,” said Del Duca. “Oh, and monsters, monsters, and some more ugly monsters. I got to draw a waterbear and some other creatures inspired by gross sea animals. See cover illustration for more information. Also: more family drama! Also also, infinite thanks for reading this ridiculous book. We hope you love it as much as we do.”
“Working with Leila to build up everything Kate Kristopher is and where she exists was our big thrill in putting together the first arc,” added Keatinge. “Now that it’s built up we’re digging in underneath its base, chipping away at its structure and showing that this madcap world of Victorian robots and magic rat kids is founded on something far more wicked than Kate ever knew.”
SHUTTER #7 (Cover A, Del Duca, Diamond Code OCT140604) arrives in stores this 12/10 and will be available for $3.50.
Cover B by Frank Cho (Diamond Code OCT140605)
Cover C by Ray Fawkes (Diamond Code OCT140606)
Cover D by John Workman (Diamond Code OCT140607).