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Assassins Creed: Locus (GN)

Ian Edginton Caspar Wijngaard Triona Farrell



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Titan Books
09 May 2017
Science fiction; Graphic novels; Cultural & Period Fantasy; Fantasy Graphic Novel; Assassins Creed; Graphic Novel; Game World Graphic Novel; Assassins
Ages 9 to 17 years The collection of the young adult mini-series that revisits the streets of Victorian London and ties-in with the Scholastic Young Adult Novels, The Last Descendants!

Tommy Greyling has travelled to London in search of a murderer - and a secret. Teaming up with the Assassins Evie Frye and Henry Green, he sets out on a quest to uncover the mystery that has changed the world!
By:   Ian Edginton
Illustrated by:   Caspar Wijngaard, Triona Farrell
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 272mm,  Width: 203mm,  Spine: 5mm
Weight:   367g
ISBN:   9781782763130
ISBN 10:   1782763139
Series:   Assassins Creed
Publication Date:   09 May 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Ian Edginton is a British comic book writer, known for his work on such titles as X-Force, Scarlet Traces, H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds and Leviathan. He is also is known for his steampunk/alternate history work (often with the artist D'Israeli) and is the co-creator of Scarlet Traces, a sequel to H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds, which they later went on to adapt in turn, and The Great Game, a sequel to Scarlet Traces. For 2000 AD he has written Leviathan, Stickleback and, with art by Steve Yeowell, The Red Seas as well as one-off serials such as American Gothic (2005). Caspar Wijngaard is the wunderkind artist of the comics scene, with his art in his first full length graphic novel, Limbo, praised as being an example of kinetic, dynamic energy infused with a noir-pulp aesthetic. Triona Farrell is an Ireland-based colourist who earned her stripes in the Jordie Bellarie internship programme and has gone from strength to strength. Her vibrant colours perfectly complement the art of everything she works on.

Reviews for Assassins Creed: Locus (GN)

a fast-paced and exciting story - SciFiChick

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