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The Apparition Omnibus
     

The Apparition Omnibus

by James Pruett, Craig Brasfield (Illustrator), Michael Gaydos (Illustrator)
 

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Originating from the pages of the multiple award winning anthology, Negative Burn. The Apparition Omnibus features the Archangel Adriel in various stories of spiritual warfare, human suffering, physical struggles and redemption - A boy abandoned by his parents and left to die in the wilderness; the last day in the life for a suffering cancer patient; a girl struggling

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Originating from the pages of the multiple award winning anthology, Negative Burn. The Apparition Omnibus features the Archangel Adriel in various stories of spiritual warfare, human suffering, physical struggles and redemption - A boy abandoned by his parents and left to die in the wilderness; the last day in the life for a suffering cancer patient; a girl struggling through the heartbreak of a lost love; a homeless man addicted to drugs. These are just some of the people whose lives and souls have been touched and protected by the Archangel Adriel. He is a warrior in the never-ending battle of spiritual warfare with other angels. A war that exists unknowingly to normal humans in a realm that is unseen by the naked eye.

This collection features all of the critically acclaimed short stories taken from Negative Burn, as well as the entire original Caliber Comics series. All written by James Pruett (X-Men Unlimited, Black Mist, Kaos Moon) the stories are illustrated by Gene Gonzales, Craig Brasfield, Matthew Dow Smith and Tyler Bishop with a beautiful painting cover by Michael Gaydos, two time Eisner Award Nominee for his work on Jessica Jones/Alias for Marvel.

"Likewise too good and too rare a comic book to be overlooked is James Pruett's The Apparition...will entertain all fans of individually driven, intelligently written comics." - Tony's Tips

"James Pruett's scripting shows his usual flair for dark drama..." - Sci-Fi Universe

"I read it once. I read it again...I read it again because The Apparition is exceptional. Some of you will be surprised by the depth of art and thought." - Suspended Animation

"Quiet yet passionate...an engrossing tale of suffering and redemption." - Previews

"...thoughtful, well-written stories with some sort of a point to make, the kind of stories that, yeah, adults might like to read..it is my most highly recommended title this month." - Tom Lawton, Newbury Comics

"Writer Jim Pruett gives us a crisp interplay of believable dialogue, rapidly creating three-dimensional characters in the first few pages." - Comics Buyer's Guide

"The Apparition is a tenderly well-written human drama..." - New Creation

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780983630784
Publisher:
Caliber Comics
Publication date:
05/28/2012
Pages:
168
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.36(d)

Meet the Author

James Pruett began his career as one of the co-founders of the critically-acclaimed anthology series, Negative Burn in 1993. It was through this association with Caliber Comics that James became the Managing Editor for Caliber in September 1994. While at Caliber, he created The Apparition and Black Mist and wrote several series and edited hundreds of titles.

After Caliber, James continued to do freelance writing, particularly for Kaos Moon published by the European Comic Company, Tusk Entertainment, where he served as Managing Editor, in addition to writing for such titles as X-Men Unlimited for Marvel.

James continues to write when his new profession in the corporate world gives him a breather. Desperado Publishing released two of his graphic novels- Abandoned with painted art by Michael Gaydos, and Black Mist featuring art by Mike Perkins.

Writing credits include: X-Men Unlimited; Negative Burn; Black Mist; The Apparition; Kaos Moon; Raven Chronicles; Caliber Core; Abandoned; Burning Circle; Kilroy; Book of Angels; Inferno; among others.

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