Before the X-Files, before Torchwood, there was the Miskatonic Project! Dedicated to breaking the aeons-old power of ancient, alien entities, the Miskatonic Project battles the loathsome threat of Cthulhu and his unspeakable spawn! In H.P. Lovecraft's The Whisperer in Darkness, the Miskatonic Project faces an enemy of inhuman cunning whose power has never been directly challenged! Deep in the catacombs beneath legend-haunted New England hills, the final confrontation between Cthulhu's legions and the defenders of humanity begins! Featuring art by Don (Iron Man) Heck, Darryl (Green Lantern) Banks and Daryl (Crypt of Cthulhu) Hutchinson.
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Mark (James Axler) Ellis is a best-selling SF author, the creator of the long-running novel series, Outlanders, now in its 11th year of consecutive publication. He has written 45 novels and is the co-author, with Melissa Martin, of The Everything Guide to Writing Graphic Novels. His numerous credentials in the comic book field include critically acclaimed stints on Doc Savage, The Wild, Wild West, Star Rangers, The Justice Machine and many others. In the early 1990s, Mark Ellis was co-founder of Millennium Publications and worked with comic legends such as the legendary Jim Mooney, Don Heck, Darryl Banks, Adam Hughes Doug Wildey, and the late Mike Wieringo.Review:
This may be the first successful Lovecraft project in the comics medium, which has found Lovecraft's essence very elusive thus far. --Comic Shop News
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Descrizione libro Transfuzion Publishing, 2008. Perfect Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria INGM9780941613521
Descrizione libro Transfuzion Publishing, 2008. Perfect Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0941613526
Descrizione libro Transfuzion Publishing, 2008. Perfect Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110941613526