Skinwalker, Volume 1

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Oni Press, Mar 1, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 120 pages
2 Reviews
Something has gone wrong in the American desert. An FBI agent has turned up dead, presumably skinned alive, and Officer Anne Adakai of the Reservation Police belives that the killer has stolen the agent's identity and is now inhabiting his skin. Greg Haworth has been sent by the FBI to find his lost colleague, and as more bodies and empty skins litter the killer's trail across the country, he realizes Adakai may be right. Now the question becomes--how do you stop a crook who can take any face, be anyone, and never be the same person twice?

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User Review  - Terry - Goodreads

Although short, this was an excellent read. Southwestern NOIR! Takes the meaning of skinwalker to a whole new level. How does one classify this? Fantasy? Sci Fi? Crime? Detective? Beats me. Maybe it's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Benjamin - Goodreads

An announcement: I'm reading a bunch of comics these days because I'm collaborating with my college friend Chris Van Dyke on a webcomic. If you're interested, come check it out: Webcomic: http://Blog ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Nunzio DeFilippis & Christina Weir are a husband and wife writ-ing team who have worked in television for such series as HBO's Arli$$. They have worked in the American comic book industry on "New Mutants "and "New X-Men," They live in Southern California.

Weir has a master's degree in television production from Emerson College.

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