Strangers 4: The Coming of Starcyb

STRANGERS 4: THE COMING OF STARCYB stories by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Eduardo Garcia, Jorge Mongiovi, Manuel Martin Peniche, Nestor Vargas Campo; cover by Manuel Martin Peniche.

- Foreword 
- Homicron: A Ghost in the Wheelchair; story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Eduardo Garcia
- Jaydee vs Mygalex: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Eduardo Garcia
- The Secret of Futura; story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Jorge Mongiovi
- The Coming of Starcyb: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier ; art by Manuel Martin Peniche
- Enter: The Sparrowhawk! (I & II) story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Nestor Vargas Campo

HOMICRON, a NASA scientist whose body is inhabited by a mysterious alien from planet Alpha.

STARCYB, a servant of the Towers, supremely powerful cosmic entities. 

FUTURA, a mysterious woman from a parallel dimension. 

JALEB, the secretive agent of a Galactic Federation of telepaths.

 JAYDEE, a teenage, alien metamorph, abandoned on Earth as a baby, and who may well be the deadliest killing machine in the universe... 

These characters, all “strangers” to Earth, are brought together by TANKA, a former jungle lord who has been recruited by entities from our planet’s farthest future to be their “time agent” and is now empowered to protect our world from extra-terrestrial menaces.

In this fourth volume of Strangers, the quest for Kera, the ancient weapon of the Twilight People, begins... we will examine crucial moments in the lives of our heroes, heralding major events on the horizon... You will see the return of DICK DEMON  and finally discover the origins of the Towers and the Twilight People.

You will rediscover two old acquaintances: the BRONZE G:LADIATOR, prince of Arena in exile on Earth, already seen in Strangers #0, and the ZORR-KO, a powerful Fomor android seen in Strangers #3. A newcomer is the SPARROWHAWK, none other than the descendant of Don Juan Ortaga y Perez whose adventures were told in The Frontiersmen.


7x10 squarebound trade paperback, 118 p. b&w
ISBN-13: 978-1-61227-984-8. US$12.95