EVE: CHILDREN OF THE MOON #1
BOOM! Studios revealed today a first look at EVE: CHILDREN OF THE MOON #1, the premiere issue of the new five-issue EVE sequel series by Hugo and Nebula Award-nominated author Victor LaValle (Sabretooth, Victor LaValle’s Destroyer), rising star artist Jo Mi-Gyeong (The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance), colorist Brittany Peer, and letterer AndWorld Design, a return to the world of the highly acclaimed sci-fi adventure series in October 2022.
Eve seemingly saved the world once already, embarking on a perilous quest to protect what remained of humanity after a deadly virus outbreak… but the story doesn’t end there! Eve, Eve’s sister, and Wexler face new challenges, and a darkness from the past.
EVE: CHILDREN OF THE MOON #1 features main cover art by artist Ario Anindito (Star Wars: The High Republic) and variant covers by acclaimed illustrators Jahnoy Lindsay (Hawkeye: Kate Bishop), Miguel Mercado (Mighty Morphin), and Mike Del Mundo (Hulk).
EVE: CHILDREN OF THE MOON is the newest release from BOOM! Studios’ eponymous imprint, home to critically acclaimed original series, including BRZRKR by Keanu Reeves, Matt Kindt, and Ron Garney; Something is Killing the Children by James Tynion IV and Werther Dell’Edera; Once & Future by Kieron Gillen and Dan Mora; We Only Find Them When They’re Dead by Al Ewing and Simone Di Meo; Seven Secrets by Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo; The Many Deaths of Laila Starr by Ram V and Filipe Andrade; Basilisk by Cullen Bunn and Jonas Scharf; Faithless by Brian Azzarello and Maria Llovet; Alice Ever After by Dan Panosian and Giorgio Spalletta; Grim by Stephanie Phillips and Flaviano; and the upcoming Briar by Christopher Cantwell and Germán García; Stuff of Nightmares by R.L. Stine and A.L. Kaplan; Damn Them All by Simon Spurrier and Charlie Adlard; and Once Upon a Time at the End of the World by Jason Aaron, Alexandre Tefenkgi, Leila del Duca, and Nick Dragotta. The imprint also publishes popular licensed properties, including Dune: House Atreides from Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson, and Dev Pramanik; Mighty Morphin and Power Rangers from Ryan Parrott, Mat Groom, Moises Hidalgo, and Marco Renna; and Magic from Jed McKay and Ig Guara.