Crashing

Illustrated by Morgan Beem
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$16.99 US
6.68"W x 10.25"H x 0.32"D   | 12 oz | 42 per carton
On sale Jul 04, 2023 | 136 Pages | 9781684059874
| Mature
FOC May 29, 2023 | Catalog April 2023
House meets Gotham Central in this powered up medical drama featuring a prized physician caught amid recovery from addiction and a polarizing campaign aimed to strip superpowered humans of healthcare rights.

Rose Osler is a specialist. Her focus? Patients with Powers…at a hospital with a No Powered Patients policy. When a battle between Boston’s protectors and destroyers erupts, Rose is trapped between saving the city’s beloved hero by day and greatest villain at night. Except Rose could become a casualty when she’s forced to risk her recovery. As Rose pushes past her limits to save everyone else, will she be able to save herself?

Witness the downward spiral conceptualized by debut writer Matthew Klein with art by Morgan Beem (Swamp Thing: Twin Branches and The Family Trade), colors by Triona Farrell (Ms. Marvel and Shang-Chi), and letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou.
Matthew Klein (Writer)
Matthew Klein has been working in the comics industry for over a decade now, in retail at Forbidden Planet (NYC), as the head of Sales and Marketing teams at Valiant Entertainment where he was integral in coordinating promotional efforts with Sony Pictures for the feature release of Bloodshotand, now is on the US Comics Market team at Penguin Random House where he works with over seven hundred of the top comic retailers in the marketplace. Matthew has produced primarily as a playwright with works performed in the U.S. and Canada over the last ten years. He is also a co-creator and lead writer for the podcast April Is The Cruelest Month which has surpassed over ten thousand listens.
 
 
Morgan Beem (Artist)
Morgan Beem is a freelance artist who works predominantly with ink and watercolor. Her work includes Swamp Thing: Twin Branches, The Family Trade, Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Hilot of 1910, Adventure time, Planet of the Apes, and a number of anthologies. Clients she has worked with include DC comics, Boom! Studios, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, Webtoon, Pop Culture Classroom, and more.

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House meets Gotham Central in this powered up medical drama featuring a prized physician caught amid recovery from addiction and a polarizing campaign aimed to strip superpowered humans of healthcare rights.

Rose Osler is a specialist. Her focus? Patients with Powers…at a hospital with a No Powered Patients policy. When a battle between Boston’s protectors and destroyers erupts, Rose is trapped between saving the city’s beloved hero by day and greatest villain at night. Except Rose could become a casualty when she’s forced to risk her recovery. As Rose pushes past her limits to save everyone else, will she be able to save herself?

Witness the downward spiral conceptualized by debut writer Matthew Klein with art by Morgan Beem (Swamp Thing: Twin Branches and The Family Trade), colors by Triona Farrell (Ms. Marvel and Shang-Chi), and letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou.

Creators

Matthew Klein (Writer)
Matthew Klein has been working in the comics industry for over a decade now, in retail at Forbidden Planet (NYC), as the head of Sales and Marketing teams at Valiant Entertainment where he was integral in coordinating promotional efforts with Sony Pictures for the feature release of Bloodshotand, now is on the US Comics Market team at Penguin Random House where he works with over seven hundred of the top comic retailers in the marketplace. Matthew has produced primarily as a playwright with works performed in the U.S. and Canada over the last ten years. He is also a co-creator and lead writer for the podcast April Is The Cruelest Month which has surpassed over ten thousand listens.
 
 
Morgan Beem (Artist)
Morgan Beem is a freelance artist who works predominantly with ink and watercolor. Her work includes Swamp Thing: Twin Branches, The Family Trade, Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Hilot of 1910, Adventure time, Planet of the Apes, and a number of anthologies. Clients she has worked with include DC comics, Boom! Studios, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, Webtoon, Pop Culture Classroom, and more.

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