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6.6 X 10.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.85 pounds
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About the Author
Simon "Si" Spurrier writes novels and comics. His work in the latter field stretches from award winning creator-owned books such as Numbercruncher, Six-Gun Gorilla and The Spire to projects in the U.S. mainstream like Hellblazer, The Dreaming, and X-Men. It all began with a series of twist-in-the-tail stories for the UK's beloved 2000AD, which ignited an enduring love for genre fiction. His latest book, Coda, is being published by Boom! Studios at present. His prose works range from the beatnik neurosis-noir of Contract to the occult whodunnit A Serpent Uncoiled via various franchise and genre-transgressing titles. In 2016 he took a foray into experimental fiction with the e-novella Unusual Concentrations: a tale of coffee, crime and overhead conversations.
"This compelling epic fantasy features richly developed characters, breathless suspense, and a profoundly moving climax, all conveyed through illustrator Matías Bergara's (Coda) brilliant visual storytelling alone, unaccompanied by text or dialogue... An emotionally nuanced, action-packed, absolutely astonishing feat of graphic narrative." --Library Journal (starred review)
"STEP BY BLOODY STEP may be my new favorite comic. SPURRIER, BERGARA, and LOPES have created something that celebrates everything comics can be: mysterious, inventive, bursting with imagination, and also incredibly heartfelt without ever saying a word." --JEFF LEMIRE (Sweet Tooth, THE BONE ORCHARD MYTHOS)
"Full of grandiose environmental spectacle and giant-vs.-monster action, but there's just as much magic in the smaller moments, which show off a different side of BERGARA's ingenuity." --Polygon
"A gorgeously drawn introduction to a bizarre, fascinating, and wordless world." --Comic Book Resources
"Rewards rereads. The visual storytelling is intuitive, but still kind of unique, and EW can confirm that subsequent reads can shed light on key details or transitions that may have gone unnoticed the first time." --Entertainment Weekly