Tyson Hesse's Diesel #3

The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Tyson Hesse’s Diesel #3

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Howdy-do, folks! We’re back with an exclusive preview of Tyson Hesse’s Diesel, provided to us by none other than the awesome-tastic BOOM! Studios. Just in case you weren’t paying attention when we went behind-the-panels with Hesse discussing the art of Diesel, here’s how it goes:

Diesel is a four issue miniseries with a real steampunk edge to it. It’s a coming-of-age story set in the clouds about a girl who loves to fly but finds herself unable to when her father’s zeppelin is stolen by a rival pilot. But a new airship comes around, abounding with mystery, and the story really takes off from there.

Got it? Okay, good. Cause here comes the preview! You can find the solicitation information below, as well.

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Tyson Hesse’s Diesel #3 (of 4)

Publisher: BOOM! Box, an imprint of BOOM! Studios

Writer: Tyson Hesse

Artist: Tyson Hesse

Cover Artist: Tyson Hesse

Price: $3.99

Synopsis: Diesel’s powers activate the mysterious flying engine, sending her into the trash-strewn expanse below the clouds known as The Wasteland.

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