Spooks: v. 3 El Santero (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
56
Utgivningsdatum
2013-09-05
Förlag
Cinebook Ltd
Medarbetare
Rossi, Christian (ill.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
Christian Rossi
Illustrationer
comic strips
Volymtitel
v. 3 El Santero
Dimensioner
256 x 182 x 12 mm
Vikt
145 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781849181709
Spooks: v. 3 El Santero (häftad)

Spooks: v. 3 El Santero

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Cuba, 1902. Freed from its Spanish masters by US forces four years ago, the island is still occupied by its erstwhile liberators, some of whom aren't all that eager to leave. American businessmen and politicians would like to see Cuba become a full state, while the Cuban people dream only of freedom. When people begin dying...and then come back to life, the SPOOKS are sent to investigate the possible involvement of a Cuban priest and rebel leader - a santero.
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Xavier Dorison is one of the rising stars of the French comics scene. Author of several successful series such as "Prophet," "Sanctuary" and "Long John Silver," he also co-wrote the script of the French movie "Les Brigades du Tigre" with Fabien Nury. In addition to his collaboration with Xavier Dorison, Fabien Nury has produced some 15 successful graphic novels in six short years, including "Il etait une fois en France," "Le Maitre de Benson Gates" and "I am Legion" (with American artist John Cassaday). Christian Rossi is an established artist with series such as "Le Chariot de Thespis" and "La Gloire d'Hera" to his name; his credentials also include taking over the art of "Les Aventures de Jim Cutlass" from no less than Jean Giraud himself.