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Reckoner Rises: Version Control

A comic book written by David A. Robertson and illustrated by Scott B. Henderson & Donovan Yaciuk.

David A. Robertson, Scott B. Henderson & Donovan Yaciuk

After finding out Mihko reinstated the Reckoner Initiative in Breakdown, Cole and Eva confronted Mihko head-on. But when Eva stumbles across Mihko's secret laboratory, she finds her worst nightmares come to life. After a vicious battle with Mihko's newest test subject leaves Cole close to death, Eva is forced to continue their investigation without him. With Brady missing and Cole in recovery, Eva is on her own.

What new terrors has Mihko created? Can they be stopped? And can Eva find Brady before it's too late? (From Highwater Press)

Version Control is part of the Reckoner Rises series. The first volume was called Breakdown. Version Control will be published in April 2022.

David A. Robertson co-won the 2021 Governor General's Literary Award for young people's literature — illustration with artist Julie Flett for their picture book On the TraplineThis was Flett and Robertson's second time winning this prize together, after receiving the honour in 2017 for When We Were AloneRobertson has published over 20 books across a variety of genres, including the graphic novels Will I See? and Sugar Falls and a middle-grade fantasy series called The Misewa Saga.

Scott B. Henderson is an award-winning author and illustrator from Winnipeg. He's previously collaborated with Robertson on books like Sugar Falls, The Chief, 7 Generations and other books. He's also the illustrator behind the A Girl Called Echo series.

Donovan Yaciuk's colouring work can be seen in comics for Marvel, DC, Dark Horse and Highwater Press, including the A Girl Called Echo series.

Interviews with David A. Robertson

David A. Robertson browses for comics at Maxx Collectibles in Winnipeg, Man.

4 years ago
Duration 4:48
David A. Robertson is the author of numerous graphic novels, including Will I See?, Betty and Sugar Falls. CBC Books caught up with Robertson at his local comic book store to learn about the comic books he loved reading as a kid.
To say Cree author David A. Robertson is prolific is a bit of an understatement. He started his writing career in 2009, and has already published more than 20 titles. This fall he has three books being released. This week on Unreserved, an extended conversation with the author.

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