Ian Edginton (Author) D'Israeli (Artist)
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DescriptionLeviathan, the world's largest ocean liner, has been lost for tweny years in a desolate mist-laden ocean. When people start to be murdered, former cop Detective Sergeant Lament is tasked with solving the crime... In 1928 the largest cruise liner the world has ever seen is launched. With a crew and passenger complement totalling nearly 30,000 people the Leviathan is bound for New York. However, it never reaches the Big Apple and simply... disappears! Twenty years later - with the Leviathan stranded on an unearthly sea - Detective Sergeant Lament begins to investigate the mystery at the liner's heart. What he discovers will change his world forever - but it might just bring the Leviathan home... From the creators of Scarlet Traces and The Great Game comes a unique story that will continue to haunt the reader long after the last page has been turned!
April 17, 2012
7.2 X 10.1 X 0.3 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Having already established himself as a writer with the biggest names in US comics publishing on titles such as Terminator, Aliens, Predator, Batman, X-Force and Wolverine ( to name but a few), Ian Edginton made an instant impact at 2000 AD, collaborating with Steve Yeowell on the occult pirate series Red Seas. Having written both Judge Dredd and Rogue Trooper, Ian has also co-created several strips for the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, including American Gothic, Stone Island, Detonator X, Ampney Crucis Investigates and the highly-regarded Stickleback. Outside of 2000 AD, Ian has recently been working with several publishers including Self Made Hero, Radical Comics and Wildstorm - for which he wrote Stormwatch: Post Human Division and The Victorian Undead.