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"Routine"
Writer: Mike Blaylock
Artist: Allan Jefferson
Colors: Wes Dzioba
Letters: Ed Brisson

Two friends are flying lazily through town trying to find something interesting to do, but don't bother to notice the amazing flying adventure they've been on during their quest. A quiet piece about taking the little things for granted.



"Falling Fast"
Written & Art: Micah Farritor
Letters: Bernie Lee
A young girl tragically learns the hard way why being able to fly doesn't necessarily mean anyone can be an astronaut.

 

 

"The Third Anabaptist Church of Divine Flight"
Writer: Neal Bailey
Pencils and Inks: Connor Willumsen
Colors: Connor Willumsen & Ellen Everett
Letters: Bernie Lee
An unhinged self appointed religious leader decides to base a new faith around the so called 'teachings' of the first flyer Matthew. He claims he can cure non-flyers and help them reach the skies like everyone else.

 

 

"Box Office"
Writer: Skipper Martin
Pencils & Inks: Tone Rodriguez
Colors: Wes Dzioba
Letters: Ellen Everett
Writer / Creator Skipper Martin and BNW cover artist Tone Rodriguez discuss the new Bizarre New World movie! Apparently they aren't happy with the Hollywood treatment of the property. We also finally learn the real inspiration for the entire tale.

 

 

“Liftoff Takedown”
Writer: Wilfredo S. Duran
Pencils: Dexter Wee
Colors: Michael Spicer
Letters: Bernie Lee
An assassin takes his best shot at getting his target in a flying human world. What could be a simple run of the mill action piece has become an engrossing tale with lasting consquences. Easily the most violent tale of the entire Bizarre New World project!

 

 

"Soar Spot"
Writer: Dino Caruso
Pencils & Inks: Daniel Panero Bertucci
Colors: Michael Spicer
Letters: Bernie Lee
i9aqThe Flying Simmons Brothers are a trapeze act a little past their prime. They’re a traveling act that mostly plays to houses at 25% capacity. And now that people can fly…well, is anyone gonna come at all?

 

 

"Sky Patrol"
Writer: Raphael Moran
Pencils & Inks: Atul Bakshi
Colors: Ellen Everett
Letters: Bernie Lee
A "COPS" styled show about the newly formed airborne police unit and their new struggles with keeping the peace in a flying human world.

 

 

 

 

"Eagles High"
Writer: Dan Hill
Pencils & Inks: Cale Ajioka
Colors: Ellen Everett
Letters: Ed Brisson
In the skies of World War 2 chivalry was not yet an endangered species. Over the course of the conflict two aces on opposite sides of the war, Manfred Schwarz and Gordon Stone, grew a mutual respect for one another. They faced each other many times, neither man ever gaining a clear victory. After the war ended the two found each other and became close friends. They would meet in a small village in France every year to talk and reminisce about battles and years gone by. The story takes place a year after the 'outbreak' and charts the annual meeting between the two as they reflect on and recreate the battles that brought them both together.

 

 

"Flight Club"
Writer: Nicholas Miceli
Pencils & Inks: Tradd Moore
Colors: Julie A. Wright
Letters: Ed Brisson
An underground league of newly minted fliers bet on death defying rooftop activities.

"Bizarre Pre-History"
Writer: Troy Dye
Pencils & Inks: Christopher Provencher
Colors: Michael Spicer
Letters: Ed Brisson

Maybe this isn't the first time humanity took to the skies? In ancient times, the real first flying human being takes off!

 

"Turbulence of the Heart"
Writer: Maxwell "Splatoon" Patterson
Pencils & Inks: Atul Bakshi
Colors: Julie A. Wright
Letters: Ed Brisson

Set a few years after the majority of the population has taken flight, a commercial pilot reacts a bit harshly to the sudden increase in biological air-traffic. He originally took the job because he enjoyed the freedom and tranquility it offered, now he has to deal with tourists, thrill-seekers, hippies and swingers strapping on oxygen masks and hanging out at 30,000 ft. Combined with his natural anti-social tendencies, the result is an even deeper level of bitterness, as he's deprived of the one act that used to bring him joy. It's a salty little yarn filled with dark humor.

 

"School's Out"
Writers: Christopher Provencher & Dan Adams-Jacobson
Pencils & Inks: Christopher Provencher
Colors: Michael Spicer
Letters: Ed Brisson

How does a war zone in Iraq handle a flying populace?

 

 

"SDCC"
Writer: Skipper Martin
Pencils: Dexter Wee
Layouts: Christopher Provencher
Colors: Eddy Swan
Letters: Ed Brisson
The one year anniversary of human flight is celebrated in the most unique of ways at the genre community mecca known as San Diego Comic Con. Paul and Sean are there to witness geek history as one of the most famous pieces of comic art is reproduced live and in the air by hundreds of celebrities and cosplayers!

 

"The Hyacinth In Flight"
Writer: Corinna Bechko
Pencils : Megan Levens
Colors: Kyle Latino
Letters: Ed Brisson
A young woman gets a grant to study hyacinth macaws in the wilds of Brazil. Her new ability to fly allows her to study the endangered birds in ways never attempted before, but smugglers are using their new abilities too.


"Carte Blanche"
Writer: Neal Bailey
Pencils & Inks: Rick Leonardi
Colors: Simon Gough
Letters: Ed Brisson
The worlds greatest superhero suddenly has to deal with a human race no longer on the ground! What would the first comic book look like after a planet goes airborne?

 

"The Morning After"
Writer: Joey Cruz
Art: Mado Peña
Letters: Ed Brisson

Two young lovers wake up following "Population Explosion" to a world gone airborne. Unsure if the human race will be able to cope, they make a trek to Manhattan to see first hand how the world is reacting to it's new way of living.

 

 

"When Dogs Fly"
Writer: Chuck Moore
Pencils & Inks: Adam Huntley
Layouts: Bob Rivard
Colors: Julie A. Wright
Letters: Ed Brisson
A hot dog street vendor learns to keep his business alive when his patrons are no longer on the ground.

 

"Utopia Calling"
Writer: Michael Woods
Pencils & Inks: Roberta Ingranata
Colors: Simon Gough
Letters: Tom Orzechowski
The effects of this new world devastates the entire Edison family. The latest of which comes as Max Edison makes a special trip to visit his daughter at college.