MARSHAL BASS GN VOL 01

MARSHAL BASS GN VOL 01

ISBN
1684972418
EAN
978168497241851999
Data di uscita/spedizione
12/06/2024
pagina
168
scrittore
Macan, Darko
artista
Kordey, Igor
Artista copertina
Kordey, Igor
numero di pagine
165

: From the creative team behind Cable: The End and Soldier X comes a tale extrapolated from the life of the first Black Deputy US Marshal! Set in the tumultuous aftermath of the American Civil War, River Bass is drawn into a career path he'd never expected: law enforcement. While he accepts the badge with an eye towards equality and justice, will the cruelty of the world allow him these ideals? Marshal Bass Vol. 1 contains three stories: First, when a Black gang earns the attention of the US Marshal Service, River Bass is recruited by Colonel Helena to infiltrate their ranks. While trying to keep his cover and accomplish his mission, he's confronted by the reality of the gang members' individual circumstances, goals, and outcomes, all weighed against his future as a US Marshal. Next, an investigation of a serial murderer goes awry when Marshal Bass confronts more killers than he bargained for…a whole family of killers, in fact! Further, while trying to escape desperate circumstances, he finds himself drawn to the daughter of the murderous clan. Then, when one of their daughters runs off with a young man, Bass is pressed by his wife to find her and bring her home, but the job becomes more complicated when the man in question becomes a murderer. Further, this man without a name may have greater ties to Bass than initially assumed…

ABLAZE ARTIST SPOTLIGHT WERTHER DELLEDERA BANDED SET (C

From the artist and co-creator of Something is Killing the Children! MARKETING DESCRIPTION: ABLAZE presents two graphic novels featuring Eisner and Ringo Award-winning artist Werther Dell'Edra, collected together for the first time as a special price. In He Who Fights with Monsters, it's World War 2 and the struggle between good and evil is in full force. In Prague, the great Bohemian city is being oppressed by the Nazi occupation and the population lives in terror, while the resistance forces try to organize themselves in the shadows. It is an almost impossible task. With the ruthless SS tightening their grip on every street and neighborhood with overwhelming might, only one hope feeds the struggle. A crazy hope, which rests on the fragile foundations of an ancient, monstrous legend... In The Voices of Water, under a persistent rain, which seems destined to never subside, Stavros lives and moves through the streets of a dark and gloomy nameless city. He has a job and a fiancée his life is normal. Yet several, different voices talk to him - sometimes whispering, sometimes whining or yelling - whenever he hears the water running. One day, as Stavros wanders the city under a heavy rain, the voices become insistent, revealing his deepest, unspeakable secrets, as well as his dreams and memories. He is tormented by these mysterious voices, perhaps a sign of his madness. Or perhaps of a wider, collective madness, which infects everyone around him, to the point of being transmitted to the entire universe.

(W) Francesco Artibani, Tiziano Sclavi (A/CA) Werther Dell'Edera

ABLAZE GRUMPY CAT COMICS COLL SET

Two gloriously grumpy books for a price that could, maybe, if you squint, make one a little less grumpy. THE GRUMPY CAT AWFUL-LY BIG COMICS COLLECTION includes every (terrible) Grumpy Cat comic book story ever in one giant (overhyped) comics collection! While THE GRUMPUS AND OTHER HORRIBLE HOLIDAY TALES features Grumpy Cat and her friends starring in an origin story parody of the popular Christmas figure The Krampus, along with sever other holiday-themed tales sure to delight and/or disgust (if you, like Grumpy Cat, hate fun).

(W) Ben McCool & Various (A) Steve Uy & Various (CA) Various