On The Shelf: Preview of @ImageComics Mayday by 

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MAYDAY FLIES INTO ACTIONA thrilling new series that won’t let you down

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Critically-acclaimed writer Alex de Campi (NO MERCY, Grindhouse) teams up with artist Tony Parker (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, This Damned Band) and colorist Blond (Red Hood and the Outlaws, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?) for the Cold War thriller MAYDAY, an all-new series launching this November from Image Comics.

It’s 1971, and two young Soviet operatives are sent to California to kill a defector and recover top-secret information. As the mission dissolves into a mess of good sex, bad drugs, and ugly violence, the young Russians face a new problem: they’ll need to rely on each other to escape America, but to survive Russia they’ll have to betray each other.
“MAYDAY is a very fast-paced, violent, 5-issue miniseries with a lot of sex and drug use (hey, they always say “write what you know”). But it’s also got that early-1970s thriller thing going,” said de Campi in an interview in Image+. “You can tell a lot about an era by its criminals.”

“It’s not the ‘70s that most people envision,” said Parker in the same interview. “Most people picture the late ‘70s and the Disco era. This was a disillusioned, dark, distrusting, dirty, and angry time.”

Blond aptly summarized: “the band is back.”

MAYDAY #1  Written by Alex de Campi with Art by Tony Parker will be ON THE SHELF Wednesday, November 2nd.
You can pick up your Kindle Edition with the use of our link and if you choose to purchase through our link a little bit comes back our way so we may continue to deliver you great content. MAYDAY #1
 Will you be checking out Mayday #1? Let us know in the comment section below.
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