Freakangels: v. 4

Freakangels: v. 4

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Twenty-three years ago, twelve strange children were born in England at exactly the same moment. Six years ago, the world ended. Today, eleven strange 23-year-olds are living in and defending Whitechapel, maybe the last real settlement in flooded London. They've made a new friend, and together they successfully defended their home from raiders - but the post-apocalyptic drowned London that the eleven Freakangels survive in is never a safe place, and never surrounded by friends. In fact, there's a serial killer stalking in their midst, and one of their own has broken their most valued rule. Volume Four of award-winning author Warren Ellis' ongoing web comic, "Freakangels", is here! This installment collects the entire fourth arc of the post-apocalyptic saga into 144 gorgeous, full-color pages.

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 165.1 x 256.54 x 7.62mm | 317.51g
  • Avatar Press
  • United States
  • English
  • chiefly col. Illustrations
  • 1592910947
  • 9781592910946
  • 136,181

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About Warren Ellis

Warren Ellis has created and written The Authority, Transmetropolitan, Orbiter, the award-winning Planetary, Ministry of Space and much more.

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Regardless of how long you have been waiting for this volume you want the cliff-hanger from the last one resolved. Ellis being the maestro that he is makes you wait but gives you something even more exciting. He flashes back to the main event and you get to see what happened. 'See,' being the operative word as you watch things unravel in a beautiful and imaginative series of silent frames. This is a riveting and compelling read with a fast pace and moments of real drama. Ellis also shows you the world isn't as black and white as people think it is. His antagonists aren't cartoon stereotypes but complex people on different paths. The art is superb with a lot of skilful and imaginative touches boldly crammed in. There are three time periods here and each of the characters is present at a different age. All of them are distinct and identifiable and it is great to see our beloved characters as children. Absolutely brilliant in all ways so it has to be a Double Thumbs Up!show more
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