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Millennium: The Girl Who Danced with Death
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"This one is not to be missed by Larsson's fans, or by devotees of action comics in general" - Publisher's Weekly "For those who don't mind a little agit-prop with their kick-ass, this audacious, wordy story is hard to resist" - Mystery Scene "Proving that Larsson's treasured characters can continue their adventures under the right pen" - Multiversity Comics "[A] brilliant political crime thriller comic"- Culture of Gaming "Every panel moves the story along swiftly, not one is wasted ... a real page-turner" - Women Write About Comics "Fully in the spirit of the original Larsson creation ... a cracking story. 4/4" - NB Magazine "A gem of the suspense thriller genre...an extraordinary read from beginning to end" - Midwest Book Review "A fascinating ride from start to finish ... Ortega's art vividly captures the emotions being displayed" - But Why Tho "[Runberg] and Ortega have become one of the best writer-artist teams out there for this type of crime story" - Bleeding Cool "The intensity of this story does not disappoint." - Seattle Book Review
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Sylvain Runberg is a Belgian screenwriter and novelist who, divides his time between Stockholm, Provence and Paris. He has had more than 50 books published by the largest French publishers (Gl nat, Le Lombard, Dupuis, Dargaud, Casterman, Soleil, Futuropolis etc, ...) and is now translated into 15 languages, having sold in total over 1 million copies worldwide. Belen Ortega was trained in Fine Arts at the University of Granada and soon her passion for Japanese manga took her towards fantasy illustration and the creation of comics, completing her studies at the Human Academy in Osaka (Japan). Her most recent works include P jaro Indiano (Norma Editorial), a fable located on the Costa Brava at the end of the 19th century, as well as Artbook (Ominiky Ediciones), a compilation book of her illustrations to date.