Joe the Barbarian

DC Comics, 2011 - 224 páginas
Joe, an imaginative 11-year-old orphan suffering from Type 1 diabetes, can't fit in at school. One fateful day, he enters a vivid fantasy world in which he is the lost saviour of a fantastic land based on the layout and contents of his home. But is his quest really just an insulin-deprived delirium.

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Some of Sean Murphy's best art so far. It really holds the whole story together. Now, I may take some crap for what I'm about to say next but, for the love of Mike, the next time someone wants to ... Leer comentario completo

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Grant Morrison is a Scottish writer, known for being one of the most innovative and groundbreaking creators ever in the comics medium. His careers spans over two decades, in which many of his most notable and critically acclaimed works have come from DC Comics and Vertigo. After his work in the 80s on 2000 AD in the United Kingdom, Morrison moved onto DC's ANIMAL MAN, followed up by original graphic novel BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM, THE INVISIBLES, DOOM PATROL and a award-winning run on DC's superteam JLA. Other critically acclaimed projects include FINAL CRISIS, BATMAN R.I.P., SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY, WE3, BATMAN & ROBIN, BATMAN, INC., ALL-STAR SUPERMAN and JOE THE BARBARIAN. He is currently writing SUPERMAN: ACTION COMICS as a part of DC COMICS - THE NEW 52.

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