Aama Vol. 1

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November 2013

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“A fresh tale that’s both suspenseful and elegiac.” – SFX

Winner: Best Series, Angoulême International Comics Festival 2013

Verloc Nim – addict, estranged father, amnesiac – wakes up in the middle of nowhere. Piecing together the events of the recent past, Verloc reveals the misery of his own life, and the beginnings of something new and entirely unexpected. On the last inhabitable planet to be discovered, at a forgotten scientific colony, impossible things are happening. A beautifully realised and intriguing vision of the distant future,
The Smell of Warm Dust is the first volume of Frederik Peeters’ award-winning series, Aama – a gripping blend of existentialism, mystery and action.

This Expanded Version is only available on SEQUENTIAL and includes pop-up pages with extra artwork, sketches and photographs, and an exclusive video sketch.

“An incredible saga.” –
SciFi Now

“Peeters’ sci-fi has a clear vision and is told well, there’s no padding, there’s just good storytelling.” –
Geek Native

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Forbidden Planet

•Comics retailer

“[Peeters] creates something that crackles with tension and intrigue. This is a class act, a sci-fi epic I want to follow … Aama Volume 1 is merely the opening salvo in this five volume storyline. It’s going to be absolutely epic. Get on board now.” – Richard Bruton

Publishers Weekly

•Publishing trade magazine

“Peeters is best known for his intimate graphic novel Blue Pill, but he seems to have produced this mind-bending tale of SF mystery and intrigue without breaking a sweat, offering clever retro-future designs and rich, moody hues. The expectantly hallucinatory unraveling of the mystery should satisfy fans of psychological sci-fi like 2001: A Space Odyssey and Solaris.”

The Sunday Telegraph

•UK newspaper

“This is classic Euro sci-fi... gloriously bizarre.” – Tim Martin