Released through Comixology's Submit self-publishing wing, Serg Sorokin's Prisoner of Space is a wonderful little 22-page one-off about a man alone aboard a massive space craft, unsure of what happened to the rest of the crew and slowly unwinding psychologically. He sees visions of crew members who seem to be guiding him and pushing him to do more than just give up, but Sorokin has established this survivor as an everyday guy, one full of self-doubt and apprehension, unable to make any leaps beyond his comfort zone... even if his comfort zone is maddening solitude.
The book ends with a twist, as it seems to be aptly suited for an Outer Limits or Twilight Zone-type show. It's nicely illustrated, with Sorokin keeping a very crisp line, with nice detailing and vibrantly coloring. It's a really solid effort from a new talent worth keeping an eye on.