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Morbius: The Living Vampire: The Man Called Morbius (Marvel Now)
     

Morbius: The Living Vampire: The Man Called Morbius (Marvel Now)

by Joe Keating (Text by), Dan Slott (Text by), Valentine De Landro (Illustrator), Richard Elson (Illustrator), Marco Checchetto (Illustrator)
 

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Somewhere inside Doctor Michael Morbius is a good man who just needs a second chance. NO W!, after escaping from the Raft, Morbius the Living Vampire is scraping desperately through each day, on the run and desperate to quell his vampiric tendencies. Will he be able to resist the siren song of blissful bloodsucking, or will Spider-Man sling him straight back into

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Somewhere inside Doctor Michael Morbius is a good man who just needs a second chance. NO W!, after escaping from the Raft, Morbius the Living Vampire is scraping desperately through each day, on the run and desperate to quell his vampiric tendencies. Will he be able to resist the siren song of blissful bloodsucking, or will Spider-Man sling him straight back into the slammer? And will his redemption turn out to be worse than his sin? As Morbius tries to stay under the radar, a new threat arises, and they want Morbius dead. But after inciting a gang war, will Morbius be able to protect the new friends?

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785183914
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
12/10/2013
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
834,840
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Joe Keatinge is an American comic book writer and editor, best known as the co-editor of Popgun with Mark Andrew Smith.

Like many British-born comic-book creators, Richard Elson has an extensive background in U.K. series such as The Beano and the venerable science-fiction anthology 2000AD. Elson is also recognized for his artwork on Sonic the Comic. His pairing with writer Kieron Gillen on Thor led to a subsequent collaboration on Journey into Mystery.

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