A new Vertigo series from Simon Oliver was announced at C2E2 yesterday.
While perhaps overshadowed by posturing and controversy at mainstream DC Panels, Vertigo continued to add new series to its roster at C2E2 yesterday with the announcement of Collider by Gen 13 and Exterminators creator Simon Oliver and artist Robbi Rodriguez. Here's the official description from Vertigo:
"Wormholes in your kitchen, gravity failures at school, quantum tornadoes tearing through the mid-west...like with all natural disasters, people do what they always do--they adapt and survive.And if things get really bad, the Federal Bureau of Physics (FBP) is only a call away.
This Fall Vertigo brings you COLLIDER, a new ongoing series written by Simon Oliver (Gen¹³) with art by Vertigo newcomer,.
COLLIDER is the story of ADAM HARDY: young, brash and smart, he's a rising star at the FBP, but when a gravity failure leads to the creation of an alternate dimension known as a "BubbleVerse," Adam is sent on a rescue mission and finds his skills and abilities pushed to their limits when he discovers his partner has a different agenda...
The universe is falling apart, people are caught in the middle, but the brave men and women of the FBP are here to set things right."
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