Black Beth

Black Beth : Vengeance Be Thy Name

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A warrior with a name born of the black rage that filled her heart!

In a world of swords and sorcery, the evil tyrant Rassau discovers that he is destined to be killed by a fearsome warrior called Beth. Together with his men, Rassau seeks Beth out, destroying her village and killing all held dear to her. With the aid of a former warrior - the blind Quido - Beth becomes a skilled fighter and sworn enemy of all that is evil! She will not rest until her people are avenged!

This book contains both the original strip and the brilliantly resurrected stories that have been masterfully guided by writer Alec Worley and DC Comic's newest star, the astonishing Greek artist, DaNi!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 167 x 259 x 5.08mm | 93.89g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1786186357
  • 9781786186355

About DaNi


DaNi was born in Athens, Greece in 1992 and studied sculpture in Athens School of Fine Arts. She began to produce a self-published series called Tales from the Strips that won the Reader's Choice Award at the Greek Comics Awards in 2015, before working on some 2000 AD strips including Fiends of the Eastern Front and Judge Anderson and on Rebellion's Scream! & Misty and Tammy & Jinty specials. Soon she was on the radar of the US industry, picking up work from IDW on Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. More recently she has worked on the DC VERTIGO titles Sandman-The Dreaming, DC HILL HOUSE COMICS and on the Image comics series Coffin Bound.

Alec Worley

Alec Worley is a comics writer whose credits include Judge Dredd, Anderson, Age of the Wolf and Dandridge (all for 2000 AD), as well as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Star Wars (for Panini). He also writes fiction set in Games Workshop's Warhammer universe.

Blas Gallego

Spanish artist Blas Gallego learnt his trade working for the movie advertisement industry in the 1950s. In the 1970s he worked on several popular UK magazines including Woman's Realm, Woman's Weekly and Men Only. The majority of his comic work took place in the 1980s where he worked on European titles like Zona 84 and Totem on the strips Astraxy and Dolly. He illustrated over 1500 Ben and Kate newspaper strip which ran in the Daily Star. he also illustrated several Savage Sword of Conan covers for Marvel Comics.
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