Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
Get ready for a cover that could have only come in the middle of the ’80s…
Once again… DREADSTAR IS POWER!
And so… Dreadstar dies.
DREADSTAR IS POWER! THE LORD HIGH PAPAL IS POWER!
The second year of the title begins with more build-up and hints of what’s to come.
Vanth Dreadstar gets a new outfit… and Starlin doesn’t even put it on the cover.
He rules the galaxy, he’s big, he’s literally whiter than me… meet the Lord High Papal.
The culmination of the fight between Dreadstar and Z, as well as the war between the Monarchy and the Instrumentality!
Are you prepared to learn the secrets of Z? Really? You think you are? Well, I don’t! I THINK THEY’LL BLOW YOUR TINY LITTLE MIND! But, I can’t really stop you from reading this post, so…
Warning: this issue’s cover is very, very dull.
Warning: the cover of this issue is not for the sensitive. Plus, it’s totally awesome.
How does one fight and win a war against an empire based around a religion? With Plan M!
A lighter action-oriented issue as Dreadstar and Company put some of the final touches on… PLAN M!
What craziness does Jim Starlin have in store this time around? Why, an assassination attempt! Fun!
So far, Jim Starlin has established the history of Vanth Dreadstar, his mission, the history of Syzygy, Oedi, and Willow, and not much else. Maybe the plot should get underway beyond robbing a church and obtaining some supplies, don’t you think? Well, good news! Starlin agrees!
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