Terminal City Library Edition

Terminal City Library Edition

Hardcover(Library ed.)



Venture back into Dean Motter and Michael Lark's Terminal City in this oversized library edition!

The city has been in decline since a group of celebrated adventurers—Kid Gloves, the boxer; Monty Vickers, the explorer; Eno Orez, the Man of 1,000 faces, and Cosmo Quinn, the human fly—each disappeared into obscurity. Now, a series of strange mysteries brings the four men together once again . . . with explosive results!

This new edition of Motter and Lark's beloved work features new, never-before-seen sketchbook materials, housed in an oversized hardcover—sure to delight any fan!

Collect Terminal City #1-9, Terminal City: Aerial Graffiti #1-5.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781506700571
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 10/25/2016
Edition description: Library ed.
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 12.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Dean Motter has worked as art director, designer, illustrator and writer in the entertainment and publishing industries for over twenty years. Following a stint as staff illustrator for Holt Rinehart and Winston of Canada, he went on to become Art Director at CBS Records Canada. He later formed his own studio, Diagram Studios, aka Modern Imageworks. During that time he designed numerous record jackets, as well as continuing to illustrate children's books. He was responsible for the covers for many major Canadian recording acts including Loverboy, The Nylons, Triumph and Anne Murray. His work has won several awards including two Juno Awards (the Canadian counterpart to the Grammy award) for album cover design. He also created promotional graphics and stage designs for many performers and stadium events. He created the '80s comic book sensation, Mister X. He also wrote and illustrated the graphic novel, The Prisoner, based on Patrick McGoohan's television series of the '60s, for DC Comics. Currently Dean makes his home in Georgia where, under the Futura Novelty Co. banner, he continues to create graphic works in the entertainment, book publishing and comic book industries.

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