Illustrated by: Luis Czerniawski
Written by: Brent Larson
*Quick review, some spoilers
Scott Anders was an astronaut sent to space by the CIA in the 1960s. Today, he came hurtling back to earth…and the CIA doesn’t remember him.
Scott Anders, a former astronaut who was sent to space by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the 1960s, returned to Earth today, but to his surprise, the CIA doesn’t remember him. This strange turn of events is explored in the comic book series, Kayless #1, published by Silverline Comics.
The comic book, written by Brent Larson and illustrated by Luis Czerniawski, follows the story of Scott Anders and his return to Earth. However, when he tries to make contact with the CIA, he is met with confusion and disbelief. The agency has no record of his mission or his existence.
As the story unfolds, readers are taken on a journey that explores the mysteries of space travel, government secrecy, and personal identity. The art, colors, and letters by Leandro Huergo and Wes Locher, respectively, bring the story to life and add depth and emotion to the characters.
The comic book is a thrilling and thought-provoking read that raises questions about the role of government agencies in space exploration, the ethics of classified missions, and the impact of space travel on the human psyche. It also touches on themes of memory, identity, and the search for truth.
Kayless #1 is a promising start to what looks like a compelling and engaging comic book series. It is a must-read for fans of sci-fi and mystery genres. The comic book is available for purchase online and at select comic book stores.
The Forgotten Astronaut: Scott Anders' Mysterious Return to Earth
Former astronaut Scott Anders returns to Earth after being sent to space by the CIA in the 1960s, but the agency doesn't remember him. This is the premise of the comic book series, Kayless #1, written by Brent Larson and illustrated by Luis Czerniawski, which explores themes of space travel, government secrecy, and personal identity. The comic raises questions about the role of government agencies in space exploration and the ethics of classified missions, and is a must-read for fans of sci-fi and mystery genres.