IDW Invites You Into the Electric Sublime
Art history comes face-to-face with madness in the brand-new series from IDW Publishing this October, The Electric Sublime! Journey through iconic artwork that has defined genres and generations in a story that quite literally takes you behind the scenes, and offers a reading experience wholly unique to comics. This is comic books, imitating art, imitating life.
Written by Judas: The Last Days author W. Maxwell Prince with art by Martín Morazzo, The Electric Sublime joins the acclaimed creator-driven titles at IDW like Locke & Key, The Infinite Loop, and most recently, Satellite Falling.
When a mysterious change in the composition of a famous painting begins poisoning the minds of its spectators, Margot Breslin—director of the Bureau of Artistic Integrity—must pull famed “art detective” Arthur Brut out of a mental institution and back into the insanity that sent him there in the first place.
In addition to Morazzo’s stunning artwork, the series will feature variant covers by incredible artists Frazier Irving, Stephanie Hans, Brendan McCarthy, and more to be announced. Look for the debut issue in stores this October, and if you’re attending San Diego Comic Con, grab a free ashcan of the first issue at the IDW booth, #2743.