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Nemo: Heart of Ice - Alan Moore, Kevin O'Neill
Nemo: Heart of Ice
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In the grim cold of February 2013 a new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen book will surface: Nemo: Heart of Ice, a full-color 56-page adventure by the inestimable Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill. It's 1925, fifteen years after the death of Captain Nemo, when his daughter Janni Dakkar launches a... show more
In the grim cold of February 2013 a new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen book will surface: Nemo: Heart of Ice, a full-color 56-page adventure by the inestimable Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill. It's 1925, fifteen years after the death of Captain Nemo, when his daughter Janni Dakkar launches a grand Antarctic expedition to lay the old man's burdensome legacy to rest. Accompanied by Nemo's shipmate Ishmael, a ration of rum, and her father's log, Janni embarks on a perilous journey to the bottom of the world pursued by employees of an influential publishing tycoon, who seek the return of plundered loot. Jules Verne meets H.P. Lovecraft in the final showdown beneath the Mountains of Madness - the uncharted gap in the map where time is broken and our hero's reality is about to crack! Ready the Nautilus! She's going back to the South Pole!
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781603092746 (1603092749)
Publisher: Top Shelf Productions
Pages no: 56
Edition language: English
Series: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
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Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it
2.5 At the Mountains of Obscure References
The first of a trilogy of graphic novels featuring Janni Dakkar, daughter of Verne's Captain Nemo. Janni and the crew of the Nautilus are pursued by Tom Swift and some other science adventurers hired by Charles Foster Kane to recover the treasures of Queen Ayesha stolen by Janni. The title is a doub...
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it
1.0 The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo, Heart of Ice
It might not have been the book, it might have been me - but seriously, I have no idea what I just read. Or, maybe I missed if there was a point to the story? Anyways, the illustrations weren't as great as in the sequel. Next!
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