First Look: Berger Books’ October Lineup

The Seeds #3, Olivia Twist #2 & She Could Fly #4 Comprise the Imprint’s October Offerings

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First Look: Berger Books’ October Lineup

Berger Books, legendary Vertigo editor Karen Berger’s eponymous imprint at Dark Horse Comics, is moving full-steam ahead into its second slate of original titles this fall, and Paste is thrilled to bring you a first look at October’s offerings. Christopher Cantwell and Martin Morazzo’s She Could Fly concludes its melancholy tale this month, as Ann Nocenti and David Aja’s The Seeds and Darin Strauss, Adam Dalva and Emma Vieceli’s Olivia Twist continue their respective sci-fi sagas. For full solicitation texts and cover art, scroll below, and keep an eye on Paste for future Berger Books news.

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Olivia Twist #2 Cover Art by Vanessa Del Rey

Olivia Twist #2


Writers: Darin Strauss & Adam Dalva
Artist: Emma Vieceli
Letterer: Lee Loughridge
Cover Artist: Vanessa Del Rey
Release Date: October 24, 2018
2050 London: The Esthers send Olivia on a heist into the Vertical City—a mile-high tower, the last refuge for wealthy Americans who have lost their country. But there’s incredible danger waiting for her on all sides: the mysterious killer from her nightmares, machine-augmented men, the most powerful C.E.O. in the world. And there is also, as it turns out, an even greater danger for Olivia: a love triangle.


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The Seeds #3 Cover Art by David Aja

The Seeds #3


Writer: Ann Nocenti
Artist: David Aja
Release Date: October 3, 2018
The American Dream is invited to a shooting party, Lola and Race hit a rough patch, Astra goes to an AA meeting, the Queen Maker’s experiments in the no-drone-zone get nasty, and the birds and the bees have a little chat.

By award-winning artist David Aja (Hawkeye, Immortal Iron Fist) and filmmaker, journalist and legendary comics writer Ann Nocenti (Daredevil, Catwoman).


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She Could Fly #4 Cover Art by Martin Morazzo & Miroslav Mrva

She Could Fly #4


Writer: Christopher Cantwell
Artist: Martin Morazzo
Colorist: Miroslav Mrva
Release Date: October 10, 2018
Luna’s journey to get to the bottom of the Flying Woman’s death finally comes to a head, just as EON-DEF, Chinese Intelligence and the U.S. government encircle the Brewster household.

Will any of the family survive the encounter? And even if they do, will the stress of all this mentally break Luna once and for all?

The final chapter in the acclaimed series!

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