IN 1999, WE ALL WENT BACK TO WAR. In a world only slightly worse than our own, a third great European conflict has dragged the major powers into a lethal war of attrition. Now, Mary Malone, the most dangerous assassin in a land of killers, must face both a man who cannot die and a crazed cult... show more
IN 1999, WE ALL WENT BACK TO WAR. In a world only slightly worse than our own, a third great European conflict has dragged the major powers into a lethal war of attrition. Now, Mary Malone, the most dangerous assassin in a land of killers, must face both a man who cannot die and a crazed cult leader whose flock are all too ready to die for him. Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Boys, War Story) and Carlos Ezquerra (Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Adventures in the Rifle Brigade) present an action-packed tale of future warfare and a heroine whose faith lies firmly in firepower.
Publish date: 2016-03-15
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Bloody Mary is a reprint of an original series from 1997. So, I assumed that at least some people thought it had stand up to time and was worthy of a new edition. However, not often I've been able to say that I didn't like a book more convincingly than with Bloody Mary. It really wasn't for me. Neit...
Bloody Mary / Garth Ennis & Carlos Ezquerra Bloody Mary was first published almost 20 years ago, with a trade edition 10 years after. It has just been republished under the Image imprint, with Bloody Mary and Bloody Mary: Lady Liberty together in the same volume. Now, as is generally the case wit...
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