Rasl: Pocket Book One

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Cartoon Books (oh), 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 228 pages
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From theNew York Timesbest selling author ofBONEcomes a stark, gritty sci-fi series about a dimension-jumping art thief a man who races through space and time searching for his next big score and trying to escape his past. Known only by the four letter word found spray-painted at the scene of a crime, RASL stumbles across a mystery that spans centuries, and not only threatens to expose his illicit activities, but could uncover one of the world's most dangerous secrets.

Award-winning cartoonist Jeff Smith explores a world of violence and corruption, mixing murder, passion, and folklore, with cutting-edge physics.

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User Review  - bluepigeon - LibraryThing

(RASL #1-7) The story is gripping with a good amount of history of science and bizarre and a pinch of sexy. The drawings are excellent, tight, well-planned. The dialog is smooth and real. Smith ... Read full review

Review: Rasl (RASL #1-2)

User Review  - LiteraryLover - Goodreads

I wanted to like this more than I did. I feel like I was more interested in the 'interdimentional art thief' part of the plot which I felt is played up in the blurb but it was barely in the book. I ... Read full review

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