Berger Books’ Acclaimed Miniseries ‘The Seeds’ Will Conclude in Upcoming Trade Paperback
Jul 29, 2020
From esteemed comic all-stars, legendary writer Ann Nocenti (Daredevil, Ruby Falls) and Eisner Award winning artist David Aja (Hawkeye, Immortal Iron Fist ), the hotly anticipated The Seeds miniseries reaches its breathtaking conclusion in a deluxe collected trade paperback arriving December 23, 2020.
Eco-fiction tech thriller-meets-love-story, The Seeds is set in a broken-down world, where a rebellious group of ruthless romantics have fled a tech-obsessed society to create their own… and a few cantankerous aliens have come to harvest the last seeds of humanity.
When one of them falls in love with a human, idealistic journalist Astra stumbles into the story of a lifetime, only to realize that if she reports it, she'll destroy the last hope of a dying planet.
How far will she go for the truth?
"I'm so thrilled to finally to share our hopeful dystopian tale The Seeds with everyone. Grateful for the patience of the readers for our slow-growing Seeds. At this point the characters feel like family, even our nasty aliens. And who knows? Maybe all the world needs is a love story between an alien and a human to lead us someplace better...” —Ann Nocenti
“Maybe I can say what the aliens actually told me. They came one night, it was a big dazzling spaceship. Or maybe it was a streetlight, I'm not sure. But I heard a voice. And that voice told me "feed the naked. And buy The Seeds."—David Aja
It’s wonderful to be publishing The Seeds, by two tremendous talents at the top of their game. It’s timely, subversive and oh-so-telling."—Karen Berger
The Seeds arrives at your local comic shop on December 23, 2020.
Praise for The Seeds
“The perfect book for these deeply imperfect times, THE SEEDS is gorgeous and prescient and just as good as you hoped it'd be.”— Matt Fraction
“Beautifully drawn, cleverly constructed and very satisfying.— Frank Quitely
“Nocenti and Aja share a startling and powerful vision of the future, where the only measure of truth is how much we want to believe.”— Kelly Sue DeConnick