The Expanse: Origins Read Online Free - The official graphic novel tie-in to the hit SyFy television series revealing the untold origin stories of the main characters .
Based on the bestselling books and tying into the hit television series, The Expanse: Origins reveals the untold genesis of the crew members of The Rocinante. As interplanetary tensions reach an all-time high, The Rocinante crew finds themselves at the center of a conflict that threatens to destroy all of human civilization. But before they were heroes, each member of the crew faced moments that would define them and bring them one step closer to the ship they now call home.
Featuring stories by author James S.A. Corey, written by Hallie Lambert and Georgia Lee and illustrated by Huang Danlan, this graphic novel explores the history of each character and what led them to The Canterbury, making it a must-read for fans.
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February 13, 2018
These were a little uneven, but the Naomi, Amos, and Miller chapters were very good. I’d read 100 more issues of Miller going around catching bad guys and being morally ambiguous on Ceres.
#1: James Holden: 2/5
Holden disobeys an order to fire on a ship, gets into a fight with a superior officer, g...
February 28, 2018
This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the character we...
February 14, 2018
not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you.
February 23, 2018
This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (short) stories....
February 19, 2018
I like this series but this doesn’t add a lot to the series beyond what we’ve already been told.