The Rift #1

The Rift Presented by Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner The Rift tells the story of a single mother and her son whose lives change forever after witnessing a WWII fighter pilot from crash land in prese

  • Title: The Rift #1
  • Author: Don Handfield Richard Rayner Leno Carvalho
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • Presented by Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner, The Rift tells the story of a single mother and her son whose lives change forever after witnessing a WWII fighter pilot from 1941 crash land in present day Kansas They find themselves drawn into the work of Section 47, a secret government organization responsible for responding to Rifts that open in space and time.

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    1. The free comic day issue sold me on trying out volume 1, and unfortunately it turns out the section from the free comic day issue was the best thing about the whole book. The time travel concept, a fighter pilot during World War II inadvertently crash-landing into modern day Kansas, is pretty cool. How the story unfolds is not so cool. For how deep the concept should be, the story unfolds in rapid-fire fashion, with mini-conflicts appearing and resolving in the matter of half a page. Characters [...]

    2. A single mum and her young son witness a WWII fighter pilot crash land in present day Kansas. The pair and Cole, the fighter pilot, become entangled in the work of Section 47, a clandestine Government department that deals with time rifts. With a deceptively simple concept pulled off with style, writers Don Handfield and Richard Rayner and art team Leno Carvalho, Rodrigo Fernandes, Taylor Esposito and DC Hopkins have created a comic that easily stands with the best that Image, DC, Marvel and Dar [...]

    3. This is the first graphic novel I've read (minus the "preview" sample ones from free comic book day -- although I did first find out about this series from free comic book day). I really enjoyed the plot: At times it's a little soapy and hokey, but I'm a sucker for time travel. The premise is that a rift opens up where someone from another time comes through. It's a big government cover up, and the main plot is driven by a rift where a WWII pilot appears and is rescued by Mary Ann and her son El [...]

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