The Family Trade Volume 1

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Product Details
Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Image Comics
Publish Date
Pages
144
Dimensions
6.5 X 10.1 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781534305113
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About the Author
The writer Justin Jordan came to prominence with THE STRANGE TALE OF LUTHER STRODE, an action comic he co-created with the artist Tradd Moore. That success has led to more success, as he's now worked with almost every major comics publisher while keeping his feet firmly planted in the creator-owned world.
Morgan Beem is a freelance artist who works predominantly with ink and watercolor. Her work includes Crashing, Swamp Thing: Twin Branches, Wonder Woman Black and Gold, The Family Trade, Wolfsbane, and a number of anthologies.
Reviews
"A strong debut...with stunning art to make every page its own Impressionist work of splendor." -Multiversity Comics

"High praise is due to this team for writing a heroine worthy of admiration by all ages, and giving her glorious art to match." --Multiversity Comics

"Vivid and beautifully colored, cartoony in a classical sense, and it adds up to being one of the most visually arresting comics of the year." --Comic Book Resources

"An interesting setting and a witty, self-aware, badass female lead character is going to reel me in. The Trumpian main character will justifiably push some away, but Jordan and Ryan have built the foundation for a solid, solid series in The Family Trade." --Court of Nerds

"The Family Trade is a solid start with a foundation to build on: a likable protagonist, an interesting world, and an inner conflict to grow." --Black Nerd Problems

"The Family Trade looks like little on the comics landscape, it's vivid and beautifully colored, cartoony in a classical sense, and it adds up to being on the most visually arresting comics of the year... the world of The Family Trade is worth diving into." -Comic Book Resources