Grendel: Black, White, and Red

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Acclaimed Grendel creator Matt Wagner crafts a series of tales that spotlights those the Devil has influenced and intimidated, a grim grimoire of punishment and revenge illustrated in stark black, white, and blood-red that brings together a virtual who's who of talented artists, including John Paul Leon (Earth X), Tim Sale (Batman: The Long Halloween), Duncan Fegredo (Jay & Silent Bob), D'Israeli (Lazarus Churchyard), Ho Che Anderson (Young Hoods in Love), C. Scott Morse (Soulwind), Bernie Mireault (Dr. ...
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Overview

Acclaimed Grendel creator Matt Wagner crafts a series of tales that spotlights those the Devil has influenced and intimidated, a grim grimoire of punishment and revenge illustrated in stark black, white, and blood-red that brings together a virtual who's who of talented artists, including John Paul Leon (Earth X), Tim Sale (Batman: The Long Halloween), Duncan Fegredo (Jay & Silent Bob), D'Israeli (Lazarus Churchyard), Ho Che Anderson (Young Hoods in Love), C. Scott Morse (Soulwind), Bernie Mireault (Dr. Robot), Paul Chadwick (Concrete), Tim Bradstreet (Maximum Black), David Mack (Kabuki), Guy Davis (Sandman Mystery Theatre), the Pander Brothers (Secret Broadcast), Stan Shaw (Sunglasses After Dark), Jay Geldhof (The Lost), Teddy Kristiansen (House of Secrets), Jason Pearson (Body Bags), Woodrow Phoenix (Sugar Buzz), Troy Nixey (Trout), and Chris Sprouse (Supreme). This trade edition also collects the very first black-white-and-red Grendel story, the long out-of-print Devil's Vagary, written by Wagner and illustrated by Dean (Mister X) Motter. When dealing with the Devil, the least he'll take is your soul! The first edition of this trade paperback will feature a full-color painted cover by Matt Wagner, with a matte and spot gloss finish, and interior cover flaps.
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Matt Wagner's Grendel is a character created to explore and examine the nature of aggression and its impact on the individual and on the community. The first to wear the infamous Grendel mask and wield the peculiar two bladed spear was the ruthless, selfdirected master criminal Hunter Rose. In Grendel: Black, White, & Red, we are treated to a series of Wagner's short, stark, unforgettable stories, each one illustrated by a different artist and all showcasing the dark world of crime, revenge, the human psyche, and a primal justice that bears no relationship to courtroom law. This is a "must" for graphic novel genre enthusiasts in general, and Matt Wagner fans in particular!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781569714935
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Publication date: 9/5/2000
  • Series: Grendel Series
  • Edition description: Not Appropriate For Children
  • Pages: 117
  • Product dimensions: 6.71 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 0.43 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2000

    Beautiful

    Matt Wagner has made a masterpeice. I first heard of Grendel a few years ago, and was impressed with what I heard. The history of the character is very long and extensive, with various incarnations over the centuries. This focuses solely on Wagner's original Grendel, Hunter Rose. As always the original is the best. Grendel is the closest incarnation of pure evil that can ever be portrayed in all of literature. Each story in this anthology gives the reader the history of Hunter as his eventual creation of Grendel. The artwork is superb, all in black and white with the red accenuating each story in it's own way, from blood, roses, wine, to even the dialogue. This is the best introduction into Grendel for new readers. You will be impressed.

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