Global Frequency

De (autor) Ilustrat de Lee Bermejo, Chris Sprouse
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Created by Entertainment Weekly "It" writer, Global Frequency is a worldwide rescue organization that offers the last shred of hope when all other options have failed. Manned by 1001 operatives, the Frequency is made up of experts in fields as diverse as bio-weapon engineering and Le Parkour Running. Each agent-equipped with a special mobile vid-phone-is speciffically chosen by Miranda Zero, enigmatic leader of the Global Frequency, based on proximity, expertise, and, in some cases, sheer desperation!

This 288 page volume collects the entire 12 issue Global Frequency storyline in one trade paperback featuring art by mindblowing collection of artists including: Lee Bermejo, Glenn Fabry, Steve Dillon, David Lloyd, Gene Ha and many others.

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ISBN-13: 9781401237974
ISBN-10: 1401237975
Pagini: 288
Dimensiuni: 170 x 255 x 10 mm
Greutate: 0.49 kg
Editura: Vertigo Comics

Notă biografică

Warren Ellis is a prolific writer whose works include the novel Crooked Little Vein (William Morrow) and, for Marvel Comics, Iron Man, Nextwave, Newuniversal and many others. His work for DC Comics includes PLANETARY, TOKYO STORM WARNING, STORMWATCH, OCEAN, GLOBAL FREQUENCY, HELLBLAZER, and a five-year run on TRANSMETROPOLITAN.


Explosive storytelling and provocative politics.”—Entertainment Weekly

“Warren Ellis has put passion and commitment back into adult graphic SF.”—Michael Moorcock
“Warren Ellis can be fierce about a multitude of things, yet one suspects he is fiercest when it comes to his demands upon himself.”—Alan Moore
“Grade: A-. Part Buckaroo Banzai, part X-Files, Global Frequency starts in the middle of a mind-bending nuclear crisis and hauls ass straight through to the close”—Entertainment Weekly