Gen 13: September Song, Volume 1

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DC Comics, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
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An intriguing, action-packed adventure of adolescent travails and supernatural occurrences, GEN 13: SEPTEMBER SONG tells that tale of four disparate teenagers and the deadly struggles they endure atter mysteriously gaming superpowers. When an enigmatic being known only as Herod individually gives Ethan York, Gwen Matsura, Ja'nelle Moorhead, and Hamza amazing abilities as well as a message that they will be judged, they immediately enter into a world of unconceivable danger and deadly enemies. Now in order to solve the mystery behind their powerful benefactor, the four teens must first survive brutal attacks by the criminal organization called the Triad and the powerful menace named Purple Haze.

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About the author (2003)

Chris Claremont is one of the bestselling comic writers in the world. He wrote The Uncanny X-Men for seventeen years as well as the novelization of the movie X-Men 2. He has been the co-creator of several top-selling series for Marvel Comics, including Excalibur, Wolverine, New Mutants, and, in the United Kingdom, Captain Britain. He wrote the Star Trek twenty-fifth-anniversary graphic novel Debt of Honor and a Next Generation sequel, Cry, Vengeance, for DC Comics, as well as" "Alien/Predator: The Deadliest of Species for Dark Horse. His debut novel was Firstflight, the story of a young female astronaut in the twenty-first century, to which he wrote two sequels, Grounded and Sundowner. He collaborated with George Lucas on three novels in The Chronicles of the Shadow War, and has delved into fantasy with the publication of Dragon Moon, a dark fantasy novel co-authored with his wife, Beth Fleisher. The couple lives in Brooklyn with their two children.

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