By David Alexander Robertson,Scott B. Henderson
By Philippe Richelle,Jean-Michel Beuriot
By Brian Wood,Ryan Kelly,Dean Ormston,Danijel Zezelj,Davide Gianfelice,Marian Churchland
The British Isles have been a tempting objective to the Vikings, who craved lush land to farm and wealthy monasteries to plunder, and the fractured Saxon kingdoms have been slightly capable of face up to. yet as time improved and the centuries-old pagan trust in nature, the fates, and a raucous warrior afterlife have been progressively changed by way of the inflexible traditions of Christianity, a gloomy a long time tradition conflict took form.
An exiled Viking warrior returns to Orkney to say a kin name in "Sven The Returned."
Collects Northlanders #1-16, 18-19, 41.
By Jason Ciaccia,Aaron Norhanian
A black satirical comedy if purely it wasn’t actual. within the sweltering summer season of 1963, on the top of chilly battle paranoia, CIA agent Robert "Bob" Maheu is shipped to Cuba on a suicide undertaking aptly titled Operation strong instances: to humiliate Fidel Castro in the course of a dwell tv broadcast via dosing the dictator with LSD and making his beard fall out. yet Bob bears the everlasting scars of the MKULTRA software, a dismal mystery within the untold heritage of the us’ clandestine prone. Overseeing Bob's venture again house is Dr. Gottlieb, the mad mastermind in the back of the Mk-Ultra software which attempted to show american citizens like Bob into remote-controlled killing machines. yet because the devious physician discovers, Bob's humanity and his red-white-&-blue birthright to freedom and individuality stay simply underneath the outside of his sock-puppet pores and skin. this is often the (mostly) actual tale of ways one agency’s epic failure set the U.S. on a collision direction with paranoia and peace. Collects matters 1-4. "Jason Ciaccia's story of LSD-crazed assassins would appear ridiculously hypernplic if it were not derived from the CIA's personal files...Aaron Norhanian's ferivd ink drawings propel this witty hybrid of underground comix and the historical past Channel correct of the top." - R.C. Baker, The Village Voice.
By Philippe Richelle