Hotwire: Deep Cut v. 2

Hotwire: Deep Cut v. 2

Paperback Hotwire

By (artist) Steve Pugh, By (author) Steve Pugh, By (author) Warren Ellis

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  • Publisher: Radical Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 80 pages
  • Dimensions: 165mm x 260mm 368g
  • Publication date: 10 April 2012
  • ISBN 10: 193541741X
  • ISBN 13: 9781935417415
  • Illustrations note: chiefly col. Illustrations
  • Sales rank: 294,706

Product description

Detective Exorcist Alice Hotwire is back in "Hotwire: Deep Cut", the second installment of the "Hotwire" series created by Steve Pugh ("Hellblazer") and Warren Ellis ("Transmetropolitan", "Red"). Recovering from injuries sustained while protecting her city from an outbreak of violent "blue-lights," the occasionally vicious electrical echoes of the dead, Alice Hotwire has taken a sabbatical from the Metro Police force. However, in Alice's absence, the blue-lights have begun to evolve, presenting a new and unpredictable danger to the city and its inhabitants. In the face of a growing threat, Alice must overcome her troubled past, come out of hiding, and once again save the city from an enemy only she can fight. This "Director"s Cut" edition collects the critically acclaimed, three-issue mini-series along with all-new pages of story, a gallery of never-before-seen concept and character art, as well as creator interviews, offering new insight into this innovative Radical mini-series.

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Steve Pugh is a well-known British comic book writer and artist that has worked on such titles as "Hellblazer" (re-titled for film as "Constantine"), "Hellstorm "and "Doom 2099" (with writer Warren Ellis)"; Saint of Killers "and" Hitman "(with writer Garth Ennis, creator of "The Boys");" X-Men 2099, Judge Dredd, Star Trek," "Batman, ""Star Wars "and "Hellgate-London" (with writer Ian Edginton); "Animal Man "and" Legends of the DC Universe "(with writer Jamie Delano); "Terminator "and "Superman vs. Terminator" (with writer Alan Grant); "Deadcorp(e)" and "Blade" (with writer Christopher Hinz); "Vampirella/Witchblade "(with writer Brian Wood) and the X-Men spinoff series, "Generation X" (with writers Brian Wood and Warren Ellis). Warren Ellis is an award-winning author of the groundbreaking titles "Transmetropolitan," "Planetary," "Fell" and "Ministry Of Space, " as well as writer on Marvel's "Fantastic Four" and "X-Men," DC's "Justice League of America," Vertigo's "Hellblazer" and mastermind behind the controversial, seminal Wildstorm title "The Authority."