THE MASSIVE

ecological disaster MEETS CREATION MYTHOLOGY

What does it mean to be an environmentalist after the world has already ended? For Callum Israel, leader of the Ninth Wave oceanic activist group, this is the question that cuts to the core of his identity. In a post-war, post-Crash, post-disaster, post-everything world, nothing is certain and ideologies are meaningless. But the mission remains: search this crumbling world for answers to the cause of the Crash, and keep up the hunt for their missing sister ship, The Massive, lost and adrift in the chaos. 

Art by Garry Brown, Kristian Donaldson, JP Leon, Jordie Bellaire, and others. Published by Dark Horse Comics.


The Massive is a title every comic fan should be reading.
— Geek Unleashed
One of the best series on the market, one that entertains and makes you think at the same time.
— Graphic Policy
The Massive feels like sci-fi getting back to its roots.
— MTV Geek
In previous works like DMZ, Channel Zero and Northlanders, Brian Wood has previously demonstrated a unique ability to comment on societal changes through the eyes of his cast. Whether it’s a latter-day civil war or a Viking battlefield, he chronicles the social order’s cracks just after they’ve happened and excels at showing how human behavior reels in the aftermath.
— Kotaku
In a year studded with terrific SF of all sorts, Brian Wood’s latest opus might represent the genre at its purest.
— iFanboy
Brian Wood started with a brilliant high concept... the narrative is incredibly smart, hyper-detailed, and extremely good.
— CBR
Wood manages to perfectly blend suspense and moral philosophies with geo-political brushstrokes to create one of the freshest books on shelves.
— Complex Magazine
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NOTABLE PRESS:

WIRED MAGAZINE ON THE MASSIVE AND BRIAN WOOD (LINK)

BRIAN WOOD'S "THE MASSIVE" PROVES THAT THERE'S ROOM FOR POLITICAL COMICS -
COMPLEX MAGAZINE (LINK)