EXCLUSIVE: Silverberg’s ‘Downward to the Earth’ gets a second life at Humanoids
DOWNWARD TO THE EARTH OGN
Adapted from the work of Robert Silverberg.
Written by Philippe Thirault.
Art by Laura Zuccheri.
Colors by Silvia Fabris.
Translated by Montana Kane.
Art direction by Jerry Frissen.
Downward to the Earth, the dizzying master class in sci-fi parable by multiple Hugo and Nebula Award-winner Robert Silverberg, has found a cozy home at Humanoids! This Valentine’s Day, Downward to the Earth gets a second life from the publisher of The Incal, Barbarella, and other science fiction classics!
Check out this gorgeous preview of Downward to the Earth, featuring pages you won’t see anywhere else, courtesy of Humanoids Publishing!
$29.95 – £22.99 | 108 pgs. | FEBRUARY 14
From Humanoids: Based on Robert Silverberg’s bestselling Sci-Fi novel about the effects of colonialism and the quest for transcendence.
Ex-lieutenant Eddie Gundersen returns to Belzagor, where he had left behind his youthful illusions, the love of his life and his shameful past as a colonizer. He finds the planet returned to its two intelligent species: the Nildoror and the Sulidoror. Taking the lead on a scientific expedition to the borders of the indigenous lands, Gundersen must face his own demons and settle the score with a planet which still has hidden secrets.