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The Wrong Earth

Night and Day

Illustrated by Juan Castro
Published by AHOY Comics
Distributed by Simon & Schuster
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Two alternate versions of the same masked hero meet face-to-face for the first time, in this second volume of the smash-hit The Wrong Earth!

The vengeance-dealing Dragonfly sticks it to the man! The acrobatic sleuth Dragonflyman works with the police! These two alternate versions of the same masked crimefighter meet face-to-face for the first time in second volume of the smash-hit The Wrong Earth! Will their impossible encounter result in a team-up...or an all-out war?


This slope-shouldered industry veteran was a long-running writer on DC's Legion of Super-Heroes, a founding editor at their Vertigo imprint, and the proud writer of their worst-selling, award-losing series Hourman.

He has since written enough major characters to fill one of those hyper-populated super-hero posters where you don't know who to look at first.

Today he happily writes and edits AHOY Comics from his Ditkoesque office in Downtown Syracuse, NY.

Juan Castro, an inker and illustrator from Tijuana, Mexico, has been in the comics industry for over 10 years. He has worked on such titles as Transformers, GI Joe, Halo: Escalation, Arrow, Aquaman, Grayson, Batgirl, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, and many more. He has been nominated for three Inkwell Awards.

“Wrong Earth has been the quintessential AHOY Comics book — a clever and fearless satire of some of the comics industry’s long-time sacred cows. Now, the book is back with what it essentially its third volume of issues, and it remains as sharp as it has been from its start.”

– Zack Quaintance, Comic Bookcase

“A simple concept, but it’s one that hooks you in rather effortlessly… Writer Tom Peyer is able to write a sequel comic that’s every bit as accessible to new readers... Peyer gives each version of Dragonfly (Man) a unique voice, playing into the dichotomy of their switched roles with a level of dry humour that sings to me.”

– Alex K Cossa, Graphic Policy

“A brilliant and nuisanced deconstruction that both mocks and celebrates everything good and ridiculous about Batman.”


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