Siberia 56 (Siberia 56 #1-3) by Christophe Bec, Alexis Sentenac (Illustrations)

29430580

156 pages
Expected publication: March 14th 2017 by Insight Comics
genre: sci-fi
I received an e- copy of this from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.
 the 56th colony established in very small amount from Earth to the far away planet of Siberia. the Base struggles to expand its mission to explore and find inhabitable places. the atmosphere has breathable air in places such as closed off caves, has water and the ground is covered by ice such as in Siberia.
The first volumes astronauts has to overcome obstacles such as rough landing, uncanny weather emitting with storms and deadly foreign creatures hunting from below.
From volume 2 we got to know that the feral creatures named Morbius, and the veteran colonizers were promised that they would return to Earth, however they never made it back home safely. The colony stationing on Siberia 56 is milling their minds over the problem.
I loved the way their shuttle was named ratcage.
Meanwhile they discover a pyramid near the pole and plan on gathering hard data on it.
The readers get a glimpse of the fate of the 2nd colonization.
in Volume 3 they focus on the pyramid hoping to find more answers in the artifacts.
The storms are more violent and they cause blackouts hindering the starting and the outcome of their expedition.
All 3 volumes were gripping and fast to get through which is a really positive thing while reading sci fi works.
the graphics were beautiful  and well detailed.
I can’t wait for more of the serialization.
I have it 4/5 stars.
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