The Wild Storm Vol. 3

The Wild Storm Vol. 3

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Overview

Once he was the director of the most powerful deep-state agency on Earth. Now John Lynch is a man without a home. A man without a country. And a man with a mission.

The former head of the all-powerful IO, controllers of the planet, is crisscrossing America in search of his greatest successes and his gravest sins. For Lynch, they are one and the same.

They are the principals of Project Thunderbook. Transformed into beings of unbelievable power by Lynch's experiments--and made into something no longer human. And if Lynch doesn't find them first, IO will.

But that omnipotent agency isn't the only threat to their safety. The cold war between IO and Skywatch is threatening to turn hot. And motivated by the thing inside him that calls itself the Carer, Marc Slayton is on the move as well.

Each of these incredible beings has a choice to make. Threats to face. A world to inherit--or destroy...

Writer Warren Ellis (The Authority, Transmetropolitan) continues his fearless reimagining of one of comics' most groundbreaking universes in The Wild Storm Vol. 3, featuring the art of Jon Davis-Hunt (Clean Room) and appearances by members of Gen 13, Team 7 and more! Collects The Wild Storm #13-18.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401285272
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 03/12/2019
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 213,603
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Warren Ellis is a comics and graphic novel writer best known for the graphic novel series Transmetropolitan, The Authority and Planetary. With over 35 graphic novels in print, Ellis has received numerous accolades, including winner of the International Horror Guild award for graphic narrative and being named one of Entertainment Weekly's 100 Most Creative People. Rolling Stone described his work as "more influenced by Jesus and Mary Chain than by the Justice League, while his characters fight for left-wing agendas over God and country, and kick puppies in the street."

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