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Silver Scorpion: Free Comic Book Special, Issue 1
     

Silver Scorpion: Free Comic Book Special, Issue 1

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by Ron Marz, Mukesh Singh, Liquid Studios
 

SILVER SCORPION #1

As seen in hundreds of major media outlets around the world, such as Time, Wired, The New York Post, USA Today, Fox News, NPR, Gulf News, Asharq Al-Awsat and more, experience the origin story of the new superhero, "Silver Scorpion."

"The comic book will help to establish trust and understanding between cultures, to

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SILVER SCORPION #1

As seen in hundreds of major media outlets around the world, such as Time, Wired, The New York Post, USA Today, Fox News, NPR, Gulf News, Asharq Al-Awsat and more, experience the origin story of the new superhero, "Silver Scorpion."

"The comic book will help to establish trust and understanding between cultures, to empower young people with disabilities." – President Bill Clinton, at the 2010 Clinton Global Initiative

The Silver Scorpion tells the story of a teenager, Bashir Bari, who loses his legs in a tragic accident. Consumed with anger and grief, Bashir retreats into a world of isolation, resentful of the pitiful looks and whispers of strangers. When he accidentally witnesses the murder of Tarek, a mysterious local metal smith, Bashir is unwittingly chosen as the new guardian of an ancient power that has remained hidden for centuries. With new abilities allowing him to manipulate the metal around him, Bashir must now decide how to use this gift and balance the line between justice and vengeance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935829393
Publisher:
Liquid Comics
Publication date:
12/19/2014
Series:
Silver Scorpion , #1
Sold by:
Trajectory
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
28
Sales rank:
26,357
File size:
13 MB
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This product may take a few minutes to download.
Age Range:
12 Years

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Silver Scorpion: Free Comic Book Special, Issue 1 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am usally not into super hero comics, but this one is really good. I hope more come out soon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I saw the cover to this book and was immediately drawn to it. Great art and a very interesting story. I absolutely loved the way the main charscter was portrayed and I love the way they showed that being dissabled doesn't mean that you're helpless. Fantastic designs, solid story, interesting characters and a superhero worth following! I hope they make more comics with these characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been looking for new reading material that doesn't follow the same old, tired basics and this is exactly that. It is an ambitious and multi-purpose project, and a project well started. The story base even in this first volume sets a pace dealing with a great many of the same issues everyday people deal with all over the world, things too many of us take for granted. I am greatly looking forward to exploring a lot more of the back story involved with this ancient artifact, as well as seeing how the modern day events will develop for these characters. Hopefully they will keep pace with the solid base they have started with, and if they do, then I see a strong future for this tale. I am anticipating the next volume. I would like to thank to the author(s) for starting this great project, especially for the direct, and yet tactful and respectful, handling of of the modern real world concerns they are addressing. Now, more than ever, I think we need more heroes to help us focus on how best to face some of our most difficult problems, and this is definitely a great start towards that end. Keep up the great work!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes, WEIRD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was quite a gem. It was free and the cover looked a tad corny but when I saw Ron Marz as a contributor, I was game as he's one of my favorite comic book writers. This is a great read as it is heartfelt as good as the action. I want more!