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STAR-STUDDED STELLAR TRADE PAPERBACK HITS STORES THIS JANUARY

STELLAR image comics

STELLAR image comics. Collects issues #1-6

Writer Joseph Keatinge (FLAVOR, GLORY) and artist Bret Blevins (Sleepwalker, New Mutants) will release a trade paperback collection of STELLAR—created by Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri—this January from Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment.

Taken as a child, Stellar was transformed into the ultimate weapon, one that would end an intergalactic war. She succeeded…at everything except finding peace. Now she’s a bounty hunter, scouring the worlds she’s broken in a search for redemption. But there are other weapons loose in the galaxy, and some just can’t leave the war behind them.

“Working with Joseph on STELLAR has been a highlight of my career,” said Blevins. “We poured our hearts into bringing her story to you—I’ve never worked so hard on anything in my life. If you enjoy reading it even half as much as we enjoyed creating it, you’ll have a blast!”

STELLAR (Diamond code: OCT180120, ISBN: 978-1-5343-0870-1) hits comic book stores on Wednesday, January 16th and bookstores on Tuesday, January 23rd. It can be preordered via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Indiebound, and Indigo.

STELLAR will also be available for purchase across many digital platforms, including the official Image Comics iOS app, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play.

Select praise for STELLAR:

“A fresh retelling of the bounty hunter tale.” —Black Nerd Problems

“Beautiful.” —ComicBook.com

“Impresses with its premise and world-building.” —Bleeding Cool

“This comic looks fantastic—great work from industry vet Blevins.” —The Beat

“A dramatic space opera with a nod to the classics as well as the contemporary.”
—Comicon.com

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