Cleo and Her Rebel Alien ‘Dad’ Return in Lifeformed Volume 2: Hearts and Minds
Feb 18, 2019
Writer Matt Mair Lowery and artist Cassie Anderson team up once again to bring you Lifeformed Volume 2: Hearts and Minds TPB, the continuation of Lifeformed: Cleo Makes Contact.
Cleo, orphaned in the wake of an alien invasion, left behind the life she knew to fight for the future of Earth. Now she and the shapeshifting rebel alien posing as her father make a fearsome team in a guerrilla war against the invaders. However, Cleo cannot escape her past and an adversary she thought she’d seen the last of is out for revenge, determined to ruin Cleo’s life.
Equal parts thrilling, humorous, and endearing, writer Matt Mair Lowery (Lifeformed: Cleo Makes Contact) and artist Cassie Anderson (Extraordinary: The Story of an Ordinary Princess, Lifeformed: Cleo Makes Contact) have crafted the perfect 200-page middle grade sci-fi adventure in Lifeformed Volume 2: Hearts and Minds.
Lifeformed Volume 2: Hearts and Minds arrives in comic shops near you on September 4, 2019 and is available to pre-order for $12.99.
Praise for Lifeformed: Cleo Makes Contact (MAY170045)
“Anderson's clean drawing style is easy on the eyes, but also depicts the characters' emotions in a varied manner that gives the characters' personalities depth.”—Comic Book Bin
“Buy It! Lifeformed will appeal to readers of any age who enjoy a well-written alien encounter tale."—Rogues Portal
"Cleo is smart, smart-mouthed, and willing to learn how to survive. Her new friend, despite his appearance, is not her father; yet, they form a bond that irrevocably changes our hero-in-the-making. Yes, there are aliens looking to take over the world, but that is only one speck of a star in the night sky compared to the larger, amazingly wonderful universe of a story being told... Lifeformed is an intense, engaging story that readers will want to finish in one sitting."—Fanbase Press
“Lifeformed: Cleo Makes Contact is everything marvelous about the comic book medium. This graphic novel proves that comics are sophisticated, whimsical, and vivacious all in one fell swoop. Not only do we have spectacular character development and art, we have a story here.” –The Daily Fandom