DescriptionThe brand new series of Scarlet Traces continues the story of HG Wells' classic SF The War Of The Worlds, taking the story back to Mars... Thanks to the technology left behind by the Martians and salvaged by the survivors, the British Empire has become a dominating world power once again, and has taken the fight back to the Martians But an aging Robert Autumn knows there is more to this war than the propganda suggests. He sends journalist Charlotte Hemmingway undercover to Mars in order to discover the truth. What she discovers there is truly earth-shattering... This volume contains the very latest series of Scarlet Traces, which has never been collected before.
October 10, 2017
7.3 X 0.5 X 10.2 inches | 1.28 pounds
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About the Author
Ian Edginton is a New York Times bestselling author and multiple Eisner Award nominee. His recent titles include the green apocalypse saga Hinterkind for DC/Vertigo. Steed and Mrs Peel for BOOM, The steam and clock-punk series Stickleback, Ampney Crucis Investigates and Brass Sun for 2000 AD. Game properties, Dead Space: Liberation and The Evil Within for Titan Books and the audio adventure Torchwood: Army of One for the BBC. He has adapted books by bestselling novelists Robert Muchamore (CHERUBS) and Children's Laureate, Malorie Blackman (NOUGHTS & CROSSES). In addition he has adapted the complete canon of Sherlock Holmes novels into a series of graphic novels for Self Made Hero, as well writing several volumes of Holmes apocrypha entitled The Victorian Undead. He lives and works in England. D'Israeli Under the pen name D'Israeli, Matt Brooker has been a comic artist since 1988. He is perhaps best known for his collaborations with writer Ian Edginton, including Leviathan, Kingdom of the Wicked, The War of the Worlds, Scarlet Traces, Leviathan and Batman. Other career highlights include work on Sandman, collaborations with Warren Ellis, including Lazarus Churchyard and the cryptic SVK, and his colouring on the later Miracleman stories, to which he'll be returning in 2015. Since 2003, he's been a regular contributor to 2000 AD, mostly as series artist on Stickleback with Ian Edginton and Low Life with Rob Williams. His and Rob's creator owned series, Ordinary, was published in the Megazine and will be available as a graphic novel in Autumn 2014. He lives in Nottingham, UK and wishes he had a cat.