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Airship Enterprise: The Infernal Machine

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Trek into undiscovered steampunk country with Airship Enterprise! Captain Janus Tibbs and her intrepid airship crew are assigned to investigate a distress call from a research vessel. Upon reaching their destination, they encounter a huge field of floating debris-which attacks their scout ships as they navigate through it! Can Captain Tibbs and her crew survive the siren c ...more
Published September 12th 2017 by Antarctic Press (first published 2017)
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Oct 14, 2017 added it

A year ago I stumbled upon the first issue of Airship Enterprise #1 by Brian Denham on Comixology by chance and enjoyed what I read. Issue one introduced us to Janus Tibbs, the captain of Airship Enterprise, along with her incredibly diverse and talented crew, off into action after receiving a distress signal. I’m really excited to see more of these folks because when I first read issue one (15 pages) I was hooked and was down to read more. For those just now booking passage onto this fine ship,
Jun 30, 2018 rated it liked it
An interesting take on Star Trek through a steampunk lens. I am not all that interested in steampunk as a genre but this wasn't a bad story. I think for Trek fans you'll find enough to keep you going, and see enough parallels to Trek, that will make the story compelling.
Bill Williams
Feb 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
Adventure is turned up to eleven in this pastiche. The mix of steampunk and Star Trek work pretty well as the Airship Enterprise battle pirates and a mysterious force from out in the aether.

Brian Denham shows a lot of craft in this graphic novel.
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