Proteus Vex

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Pub Date 14 Apr 2022 | Archive Date 17 Apr 2022

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Another galaxy - a different type of hero!

“An alien space opera James Bond.” – Comicsthegathering

For fourteen brutal centuries, the Imperium Ascendant and the Obdurate have clashed in an intergalactic war that spanned planets and peoples. Then the war – and the Obdurate – came to a dramatic end. Now, the galaxies are picking up the pieces. In the midst of this sprawling, dazzling system of galaxies, is Proteus Vex, ex-soldier for the Imperium Ascendant turned super-agent. He’s fast, brutal, and he always gets his prey. But when he is sent to find his former superior officer, Vex finds himself caught up in a deadly conspiracy.

Hit comics team Michael Carroll (The New Heroes, Dreadnoughts, Judge Dredd), Henry Flint (Judge Dredd, Zombo) and Jake Lynch (Judge Dredd) bring you a mind-expanding, colourful story that will plunge you into a series of strange new worlds.

Another galaxy - a different type of hero!

“An alien space opera James Bond.” – Comicsthegathering

For fourteen brutal centuries, the Imperium Ascendant and the Obdurate have clashed in an...


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“An alien space opera James Bond.” – Comics the Gathering

"Proteus Vex is an incredible piece of comic book work," - File 770

“An alien space opera James Bond.” – Comics the Gathering

"Proteus Vex is an incredible piece of comic book work," - File 770


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The illustration felt like a very modern throwback and really gave that wild space cowboy adventure feel. I really enjoyed the story, The two parts of the story were each well developed and fantastically complementary. Proteus Vex was a hero one could rally behind, not only because he held his morals and acted on them, but because we saw how he was torn between them and his professional duty. Can't wait for the next installment!

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