"Ardent fans of complicated weird-west comics,like East of West, or interesting alien worlds, like BlackScience, will want to give this one a whirl."-Booklist"Drifteris the kind of deep worldbuilding sf mixed with elements of pulp Westerns andesoteric philosophical musings that is sure to hit the sweet spot for readerslooking for a cerebral dose of action." - LibraryJournalIn its frantic rush tosurvive itself, humanity has spread across the universe, colonizing andstrip-mining countless planets.
Abram Pollux barely survives a crash landing onOuro, a lawless backwater world where life is cheap.
After miraculouslysurviving not only the crash, but also a one-sided gunfight, Pollux findshimself in a ramshackle town, filled with other survivors shipwrecked on thisstrange, barren world.
There he meets Marshal Lee Carter, an earnest womangiving her all to maintain order, a grizzled Preacher, convinced that Pollux'coming is a sign from God, and Emmerich Bell, the man who shot him down notmoments after he dragged his body from the wreckage of his ship.What starts, asa struggle for survival quickly becomes a journey to the very edges of what itmeans to be human, as Pollux searches for answers among the ruins of thisforgotten world. And if he can't have answers, he'll at least have hisrevenge. From the creators ofViking, writer Ivan Brandon (Wolverine, Men of War) andartist Nic Klein (Captain America, Thor) reunite to bring you achilling sci-fi tale from the strangest planet in the universe.