"Writers Mike Johnson and Mellow Brown, artist Andre Guinaldo, colorist Marco Lesko, and letterer Jim Campbell tap into the same noir sensibilities that made the original so memorable." - CBR "Fans of Titan Comics' earlier Blade Runner titles will find this to be an excellent capstone on Ash's story... a fitting and thrilling continuation of the movies." - Kabooooom "The art in this book delivers the harshness of 2039 L.A. excellently. The visuals always convey the grit and roughness of the world fantastically." - But Why Tho "Artwork and colors from Andres Guinaldo and Marco Lesko capture the noir setting of 2039's LA incredibly well. It's a grim, dark, and gritty world..." - Geek Culture Reviews "The mixture of real-world parallels and dystopian nuance is why Blade Runner resonates, propelling the comics into a league of their own." - Set The Tape "The visual aesthetic and story setup feel right at home in the Blade Runner universe..." - Comical Opinions "Assured, authentic adventures in the Blade Runner universe. The returning creatives are all back with blasters blazing." - Sci-Fi Bulletin "Takes strides in a new direction!" - The Daily Fandom "A layered and compelling story." - Comics Beat "The mixture of real-world parallels and dystopian nuance is why Blade Runner resonates, propelling the comics into a league of their own...5 out of 5!" - Set The Tape "The powerful illustrations from Andres Guinaldo work well with colours from Marco Lesko to create a deeply atmospheric Blade Runner world that fans will enjoy stepping back into. 5 out of 5!" - Get Your Comic On
Andres Guinaldo, comic book artist, worked on Pistolfist for Bluewater and Drive-in for Avatar. Mike Johnson is a prolific comic writer, his recent work include scenarios for Superman Batman series and Star Trek: Countdown and Star Trek: Nero.