Smart and action packed. Highly recommended.
I really enjoyed this one. Lazarus takes place in a very militant dystopian near future. There are no national or political borders anymore. Certain powerful wealthy families control sections of North America. Each family has one member that is enhanced, a Lazarus that can't die. Eve is the Lazarus for the Carlyle family. This is her fascinating story. I'll definitely be reading the next volume. Thanks for this one @speljamr !
Lazarus vol 1
About: Set in the future where Families are the ruling party in the world. Each family has a member dubbed as the Lazarus who functions as a weapon when needed.
I picked this title up b/c I read that it‘ll be developed into a live action series by Amazon in the near future. And overall, I like it so far 👍 Action and intrigue. And butt-kicking female lead 😉 Bring in the next volume!
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I stayed up way too late last night reading all 5 available volumes of this series. Absolutely no regrets - I'd totally do it again. This is such a great series. You've got sci-fi, dystopia, complex (to put it kindly) family dynamics, strong female protagonist, great writing paired with great art... the list goes on for things to love about Lazarus. Highly recommend.
My LCS recommended that I pick up this title a while back and I have to say that it was a really good recommendation. The first 4 issues set the stage of the world that the story inhabits and gives us a look into the main character of Forever Carlyle. I'm definitely interested in seeing where this story goes. I've already added the next 4 volumes to my hold list.
I've been away from Litsy FAR too long. Advent and the holidays (and all the ensuing travel) were madness. This book is ALSO madness of the best kind. Dystopian future controlled by powerful families protected by powerfully enhanced "family members?" I'm so in! This was my Christmas Eve book from hubs, and it made the first hour of Christmas Day travel fly by! Can't wait to get my hands on the rest! #comics