The Wild Storm Volume 3 (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
160
Utgivningsdatum
2019-03-12
Förlag
DC Comics
Dimensioner
260 x 171 x 6 mm
Vikt
281 g
ISBN
9781401285272
The Wild Storm Volume 3 (häftad)

The Wild Storm Volume 3

Häftad Engelska, 2019-03-12
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John Lynch, once the director of IO, the secret deep-state agency that runs Earth, is on the road. His darkest project, Thunderbook, has been uncovered, and he needs to warn the principals, now scattered across America. Hiding. Because they were his most successful experiments. And none of them is completely human anymore. Written by legendary writer Warren Ellis, whose works include Transmetropolitan, Planetary and The Authority, with art by Jon Davis-Hunt, The WildStorm Vol. 3 collects issues #13-18.
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Praise for The Wild Storm "The Wild Storm is quite possibly Ellis' best work within a superhero universe." --Nerdist "A sci-fi-flavored espionage book, one that takes a handful of familiar faces, remixes them and generally re-imagines the WildStorm Universe." --IGN "With its lethal, quippy protagonist, corporate espionage set-up, and well, robots, The Wild Storm is a fine gateway drug into the Ellis oeuvre." --Paste Magazine "One of the most exciting superhero projects of this year." --A.V. Club

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Warren Ellis is a comics and graphic novel writer best known for the graphic novel series Transmetropolitan, The Authority and Planetary. With over 35 graphic novels in print, Ellis has received numerous accolades, including winner of the International Horror Guild award for graphic narrative and being named one of Entertainment Weekly's 100 Most Creative People. Rolling Stone described his work as more influenced by Jesus and Mary Chain than by the Justice League, while his characters fight for left-wing agendas over God and country, and kick puppies in the street.