Tree Adams, composer for The 100 and Lethal Weapon, is launching a post-apocalyptic comic titled Duskriders. We’ve got an exclusive first look here, along with a soundtrack sneak peek!
The Earth is dying. Dublyn Stinson is the toughest chick on the planet.
Welcome to the post-apocalyptic world of Duskriders: composer Tree Adams‘ brand new comic book series with a kickass female lead and an accompanying soundtrack of his own creation.
You might know Adams from his work scoring the TV series The 100 and Lethal Weapon, and you can expect the same action-packed, fast-paced drama in the pages of Duskriders, in all the unrated glory that the medium allows.
The six-issue miniseries takes place in a dystopian future where the rich have moved on to another planet, converting Earth to a resource planet and making life hell for the part of humanity that still lives there. The series is created and scored by Tree Adams and co-written by Christophe Farber, with pencils and ink by Joshua Zingerman.
The first issue of Duskriders launches today, and is available to purchase for just $1 here.
To pique your interest, we’ve got some exclusive pages from the first issue for you to peruse, along with the rocking song “Sunrise in Essaouira”!
As Duskriders is meant to be read while listening to the nine-track soundtrack, click on the play button below before proceeding to read the first five pages:
And thus the adventure begins for Patricia’s sister Dublyn and her unlikely companions.
Here’s a small glimpse at the ruthless trio in action, from later on in the first issue:
Intrigued? Read more and get the full first issue on DuskridersComic.com!
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