Cemetery Beach

Cemetery Beach Review

A professional pathfinder breaks out of a torture cell, his only ally a disaffected young murderess, in pursuit of his worst extraction scenario ever: escaping on foot across a sprawling and secret off-world colony established a hundred years ago and filled with generations of lunatics. From Warren Ellis and Jason Howard, the creators of the critically acclaimed TREES (currently being adapted for television).

Collects CEMETERY BEACH #1-7

Title:Cemetery Beach
Edition Language:English

    Cemetery Beach Reviews

  • Sam Quixote

    Warren Ellis and Jason Howard, the creative team behind Trees, reunite for a new series: Cemetery Beach. And I’m gonna stop there - I could describe the setup, the characters’ names and blah blah ...

  • Artemy

    Not Warren Ellis’s best work, unfortunately. The plot is very thin, the entire book is basically one long chase scene and there are some interesting world-building ideas here, but they’re barely e...

  • Tom LA

    Two well-deserved stars. Many other reviewers rated this book the same way. Read Sam’s review, it’s spot on. No matter how dynamic the art is, the writing is one-note, boring, totally uninspired a...

  • Simon

    What a hilariously deflated effort from Ellis, starting off with excellent action and old-school sci-fi vibes and ending up a 6-issue-long chase sequence with barely any stakes and a hilariously under...

  • Alan

    Back when he was writing mostly for DC/Wildstorm, Ellis did multiple mini-series, and I recall his saying something along lines of wanting to do short quick takes. Stories that were meant to read and ...

  • Relstuart

    Fun action movie style book with an interesting premise. ...

  • Alex Sarll

    The team behind brooding first-contact series Trees cut loose with a far sillier slice of SF, in which one modern-ish Earthman is sent to investigate a vaguely dieselpunk space colony quietly establis...

  • Craig

    I'm not entirely sure what the heck this was or what the point of it was--it's essentially one long chase, stretched out over seven issues. But it wasn't absolutely terrible. Inbetween things, we get ...

  • Valria.

    Nothing but action-packed chase race. Good to take if you want something funny and quick and violent, full of action, not hard to read. I'm dissapointed because I expected something else. Great artwor...

  • Garrett

    Breathtakingly violent & gleefully action-oriented, exchanges Ellis's typical dialogue for sharper, smaller versions of the same, wonderfully complimented by Howard's art. Loved this....