Captain America: The Ghost Army (Original Graphic Novel)

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Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.94
Publisher
Graphix
Publish Date
Pages
176
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.4 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781338775891

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About the Author

BRENT SCHOONOVER is a Midwestern-born illustrator who works in the fields of comic books and commercial art, having done projects for clients such as Target, Continental Airlines, Mayo Clinic, and the NFL. In the field of comics, Brent has worked on several creator-owned projects like Devil's Highway from AWA, as well as on well-known characters such as Batman and Superman at DC Comics, and X-Men, Ant-Man, Captain Marvel, and Black Widow at Marvel Comics. He currently lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Nicole; two daughters, Millie and Josie; and their bulldog, Agatha.


ALAN GRATZ is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of several highly acclaimed books for young readers, including Ground Zero, Allies, Grenade, Refugee, Projekt 1065, Prisoner B-3087, and Code of Honor. Alan lives in North Carolina with his wife and daughter. Look for him online at alangratz.com.

Reviews

An ABA Indie Bestseller!

A Common Sense Selection for Books

It's hard to craft a superhero epic specifically for middle-grade readers that also honors an oldfashioned adventure mentality, but Gratz locks in reader interest . . . Schoonover's art has old-fashioned charm as well, like an adventure movie with solid, practical effects rather than numbingly sleek digital ones, lending a visual assist to the story's more human scope. This is not to suggest, of course, that either art or story skimps on the raucous action, nor that there aren't plenty of Marvel Easter eggs placed throughout the battlefield for eager aficionados to pick out."

-Booklist, Starred Review

Come for the Marvel flair; stay for the well-rounded characters and historical touch points.

-Kirkus