Written and art by Stefano Cardoselli
Letters by Dan Lee
Edits by James B. Emmett
Published by Mad Cave Studios
“One man’s trash is another man’s living. Since earth became inhospitable, humanity escaped ages ago to live in a space station floating above the atmosphere. Now Travis and his crew of garbage men are tasked with cleaning up mountains of toxic waste, working for a company called Atomic Bros INC., to create a “Clear World.” But when one of Travis’ crew members goes missing near an old nuclear facility Travis’ job becomes a bit more complicated.”
This comic combines some of my favorite things, Stefano Cardoselli’s art, Mad Cave Studios, and comics with meaning. Don’t Spit in the Wind is beautiful on so many levels. The message behind this story is so important to what is happening in the world right now and could not be told in a more impactful and vibrant way, than with Cardoselli’s artwork.
Stefano has a triple duty on this comic with writing, art, and colors and has Dan Lee coming in on letters. Cardoselli’s storytelling is phenomenal throughout the issue as tension and suspense are built up as everything is not as it seems on the surface of the earth. The garbage crew are so personable and easy to begin connecting with in this first issue. As a reader you will be on the edge of your seat at the end of this issue, hoping for a safe return of all the workers.
Cardoselli’s artwork is such a feast for the eyes as you flip through the pages of this dystopian world. I love his zany style of lines, combined with bright and lively colors. The worldbuilding we get from his art in just one issue is fantastic and paints a great picture of the dystopian world that humanity has caused.
Don’t Spin in the Wind #1 is on FOC 3/6/2023 and in shops on 3/29/2023!
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