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Furious
     

Furious

by Bryan J. L. Glass, Victor Santos (Illustrator)
 

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Staring into a fractured mirror of her life, the world's first superhero, Furious, seeks to atone for her past sins by doling out rage-fueled justice! But the spotlight of our celebrity-obsessed media threatens to undo her noblest efforts and expose her true identity before she can achieve redemption. Join Mice Templar's Bryan J. L. Glass and Victor Santos for a

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Staring into a fractured mirror of her life, the world's first superhero, Furious, seeks to atone for her past sins by doling out rage-fueled justice! But the spotlight of our celebrity-obsessed media threatens to undo her noblest efforts and expose her true identity before she can achieve redemption. Join Mice Templar's Bryan J. L. Glass and Victor Santos for a superheroic meditation on fame, rehab, and tabloid culture in America—plus a whole bunch of violence and action!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781616554682
Publisher:
Dark Horse Comics
Publication date:
09/16/2014
Pages:
1
Product dimensions:
10.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Bryan J.L. Glass is the multiple Harvey Award winning co-creator/writer of The Mice Templar from Image Comics, and creator of Furious, from Dark Horse Comics. Marvel Comics credentials include Thor: First Thunder and Valkyrie, as well as adapting Magician, the Riftwar Saga and Cirque du Soleil's KÀ. Special projects have included Thor: Son of Asgard video game, Thor: Valor for Burger King's Kids Club, and a fire safety special that teamed The New Avengers with the FDNY! Bryan's first work in the comic industry was in the role of photographer, providing photo covers and interiors to such 80s series as The Elementals, Mage, and Punisher Armory. His earliest writing projects in the '90s were Spandex Tights and Ship of Fools. After a brief hiatus from the industry, Bryan returned in 2003 with his first Mice Templar short stories, followed by Quixote: A Novel and 86 Voltz: The Dead Girl. The author lives in Drexel Hill, PA.

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