In a vast clockwork solar system, a young girl must leave the safety of her home to
search for the key to restarting the dimming sun.
2000 AD is bringing Ian Edginton and INJ Culbard’s vast clockpunk epic, Brass Sun, to
North America with a six-issue US-format miniseries – a first for the legendary British
Beginning in May, this incredible new monthly series from the bestselling artist of
New Deadwardians and the hit writer of Scarlet Traces and Hinterkind will include 30
pages of strip art in every issue.
The first issue is available to order now through Diamond, using code MAR141340.
The Orrery is a clockwork solar system where planets whirl on vast metal arms and
the sun of cogs is worshipped as a god. But the sun is dying, the planets are freezing
one by one, and cults burn as heretics those who warn of the danger. To save her
home, young Wren knows she must first escape it and find the key to restart the sun.
2000 AD’s first US-format series follows the success of the one-shot DREDD movie
sequel comic book, DREDD: UNDERBELLY, which sold out before hitting shelves in
January and went to a second printing.
The mini-series will culminate in the collected trade paperback, which is being
released to comic and book stores simultaneously in the UK and North America
through Diamond in December.