Prism Stalker

For fans of Octavia Butler, Sailor Moon, and the biopunk horror of David Cronenberg comes PRISM STALKER, an ongoing indigenous sci-fi adventure series. Vep is a young refugee raised away from her devastated home planet as an indentured citizen in a foreign colony. Promised a new home for her displaced tribe, she joins a military academy run by the Chorus, a utopic galactic counsel, to help settle a newly-discovered planet. But the planet and the Chorus hold dangerous secrets and Vep must judge whether this new, violent path is worth saving her family and herself.


The “oh shit!” factor of Sloane Leong’s Prism Stalker is incredibly high, with each issue of the “bio-punk” sci-fi series containing moments where Leong’s imagination gives readers something truly shocking and unique. – AV Club

Sloane Leong’s Prism Stalker, a new series from Image, is a lush, psychedelic, and ambitious series that grapples with colonialism, complicity with oppression, and the borders of the self without ever steering into didacticism or cynical box-checking. – TCJ

Prism Stalker Vol 1 currently in stores


“The most visually innovative graphic novel in years, PRISM STALKER pairs stunning art with a richly layered sci-fi thriller about the young scouts caught between a colonial empire telling them less than the truth and a planet that is more than it seems. Book of the year, hands down.” – Alex de Campi, creator of Dracula, Motherf**ker! And Twisted Romance

“Reading this book is a mindful experience. It demands your awareness, and like all great science fiction it will have you contemplating your own world and the roles we play in it. Sloane Leong’s Prism Stalker is a comic and its creator transcends, and we come out better for it.” – Nick Dragotta, creator of Ghost Cage and co-creator of East of West

Prism Stalker Vol 2: The Weeping Star out 7/4/23.

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