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Fly, Volume 1

3.84  ·  Rating Details ·  64 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
What if there was a drug that gave you the power to fly? How far would you go to possess it and who would you hurt to get your next "fix?" When three young teens are introduced to a designer drug that gives them the ability to fly they will each learn the costs that come with soaring in the sky and the fall that comes with it. Don''''''''t miss the series that USA TODAY ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published December 20th 2011 by Zenescope Entertainment (first published November 16th 2011)
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Jun 11, 2015 Shii rated it it was ok
Not your typical superhero comic, that’s what caught my attention. In all honesty, it really is not your typical superhero comic. This one focus on dark and depressing issues like drug abuse, drug dealing and vengeance.

The story follows Eddie, Francis, and Danielle, a group of teenagers who got hooked on this new drug called Fly, which gives them flying superpowers (duh) and super-strength apparently (this one was not very well explained). A couple of years later, we see a sad looking Eddie tryi
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One thing you can always say about Zenescope is that their comic books are never exactly what one would expect, but they're always what you enjoy.

Fly is no different.

How far would you go to fly?

Raven Gregory tells the tale of three people who, as teens experiment with a new drug, Fly, that enables one to defy gravity and literally fly. As with all drugs, there are side effects and an element of addictiveness.

The art is, as always great, albeit a little hard to follow in places with so much going
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May 27, 2013 Carl Ogden rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed reading this looking forward to reading the second volume... which I'm going to do right now.
Jan 04, 2015 Michelle rated it really liked it
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I thought the diner staff of Lacy and Renny was an awesome easter egg from Gregory's Beyond Wonderland.
I'll definitely be picking up the next volume in this series.
Mar 27, 2013 Casey rated it really liked it
CLIFFHANGER!!! Great, unique story line! Kind of curious where it's gonna go from here... I thought Francis was good!! Ah.. I'll just have to read the next volume... :D
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Executive Editor/Staff Writer of Zenescope Entertainment

Raven Gregory was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1979, the youngest of three brothers.

Discovered in 2000 by then Vice President of Publishing at Top Cow Productions, Renae Geerlings, his first professionally published work was the critically acclaimed creator owned independent comic series, The Gift, in 2003. The hit series would later be publis
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