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Ocean

Ocean (Paperback)

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A hundred years from now, mankind has extended their exploration of space as far as Jupiter and its many moons. But a discovery on Europa could end everything...When a tiny research station discovers thousands of coffins floating in the gigantic sea underneath Europa's ice covering, UN weapons inspector Nathan Kane is sent to investigate. But the massive DOORS corporation also has investigators on Europa, and soon Kane is plunged into a race to discover the secret of the coffins...a secret that could mean the end of the Universe! Acclaimed writer Warren Ellis ("Transmetropolitan") and artist Chris Sprouse ("Tom Strong") present this chilling look into the future! Warning: adults only!

Fiction & PoetryGraphic Novels Publisher: Titan Books Ltd Publication Date: 16/07/2009 ISBN-13: 9781848562851  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Warren Ellis is well known in the comics field and beyond, with writing credits on Authority, Planetary, Global Frequency, Hellblazer, Transmetropolitan, Stormwatch, Fell, 2000 AD, Batman and Ultimate Fantastic Four. Chris Sprouse has worked on such diverse titles as HammerLocke, Glory, Legion of Super-Heroes, Starman, Legionnaires and WildC.A.T.s/Aliens. He has won wide critical acclaim for his work on Tom Strong (with Alan Moore).

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