Steed and Mrs Peel Vol. 2: The Secret History of Space

Steed and Mrs Peel Vol. 2: The Secret History of Space

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by Caleb Monroe, Will Sliney, Yasmin Liang
     
 

The original Avengers return in a trio of all-new swinging adventures!

John Steed and Emma Peel are right back to work, and the threats are bigger than ever. After the shocking return of the Hellfire Club in the first volume of STEED AND MRS PEEL, John and Emma find themselves at a sinister masquerade ball, then uncover secrets of the British Space program, and

Overview

The original Avengers return in a trio of all-new swinging adventures!

John Steed and Emma Peel are right back to work, and the threats are bigger than ever. After the shocking return of the Hellfire Club in the first volume of STEED AND MRS PEEL, John and Emma find themselves at a sinister masquerade ball, then uncover secrets of the British Space program, and amongst a small town conspiracy all in rapid succession. Rising star Caleb Monroe (BATMAN 80-PAGE GIANT, ICE AGE) takes the reins of the series with up-and-coming artist Yasmin Liang to craft the thrilling adventures of the cult classic team!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781608863402
Publisher:
BOOM! Studios
Publication date:
11/05/2013
Pages:
112
Sales rank:
801,663
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
15 Years

Meet the Author

Caleb Monroe is an LA-based writer of comics and graphic novels. In addition to the KaBOOM series ICE AGE, his work includes BATMAN for DC Comics, and STEED AND MRS PEEL, HUNTER'S FORTUNE and THE REMNANT for BOOM! Studios. Yasmin Liang is a Hong Kong-born illustrator and comic artist. A graduate of Parsons the New School for Design in New York, STEED AND MRS PEEL is Ms. Liang’s first major published work.

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Steed and Mrs Peel Vol. 2: The Secret History of Space 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
wtim More than 1 year ago
... the stories are just as much fun. The author does a good job of writing the stories like the television series. The banter and witty byplay is all there between Steed and Mrs. Peel. The art is not bad and doesn't detract from the story. Highly recommended.