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Kod produktu: APR090363
Realizacja zamówienia: 1-5 dni rob. (w naszym magazynie)
EAN: 9781582403311
Wysyłka od: 14.00 PLN
Wydawnictwo: IMAGE COMICS

Zawiera historie z zeszytów: POWERS #21 do #24

Scenariusz: BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Rysunki: MICHAEL AVON OEMING
Okładka: MICHAEL AVON OEMING

Heroes glide through the sky on lightning bolts and fire. Flamboyant villains attempt daring daylight robberies. God-like alien creatures clash in epic battle over the nighttime sky. And on the dirty city streets below, Homicide Detectives Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim investigate murders specific to superhero cases. Investigations that take them from the seediest underbelly of the city to the gleaming towers that are home to immortal beings. From the EISNER award winning team of Brian Michael Bendis (Ultimate Spider-Man, Daredevil, Alias) and artist Mike Avon Oeming (Bastard Samurai, Hammer of the Gods) ANARCHY! Society is violently lashing out at their superheroes. Anti powers groups are rising up with a series of gruesome murders against the cities most colorful capes. With Walker retired, Detective Pilgrim teams up with a new partner to investigate this murderous superhero backlash and the people behind it. Finally! The new powers trade paperback is here!!! Featuring a Matching cover design to the best selling powers trade series. PLUS EXCLUSIVE BONUS FEATURES!! Including the brand new 'Bendis and Oeming interview each other, Bonus text pieces, a cover gallery, and much more. "Powers: Who Killed Retro Girl?" is considered the gold standard of trade paperbacks, now the Powers team takes it one step further.

Ilość stron: 128
Cena okładkowa: $14.95

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  • Wydawnictwo: 

    IMAGE COMICS

  • Sugerowany dla dorosłych: 

    tak

  • Język: 

    angielski

  • Planowany termin premiery: 

    wydany

  • Rodzaj produktu: 

    tomy

  • Format (szer. x wys.): 

    ok. 17cm x 26cm

  • Zapewniany stan produktu: 

    nowy z defektami - zapewniany stan dobry

  • Rok wydania: 

    2009

  • ISBN: 

    9781582403311

  • Numer wydania: 

    1