Hotwire: Deep Cut v. 2

Hotwire: Deep Cut v. 2

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Detective Exorcist Alice Hotwire is back! After the events of "Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead," the city's only supernatural investigator is taking some much needed R&R. When a Blue Light from her colored past appears in front of her door, it sparks a series of events that lead Hotwire and Mobey across the city attempting to stop the results of a secret government project from turning the city into another living nightmare. With backup from Coroner Love and Metro Police, can Hotwire and Mobey save the day one more time? Join creator/writer/illustrator Steve Pugh for a look into Alice Hotwire's past and a gateway into her future.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 165 x 260mm | 368.54g
  • Radical Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • chiefly col. Illustrations
  • 193541741X
  • 9781935417415
  • 335,229

About Warren Ellis

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.

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