Angel Fire

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Carlton Books, Sep 1, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
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Part Faustian fable, part Gothic horror story, Angel Fire is a full-color graphic novel in the finest tradition.

The poster boy for a morally corrupt generation, John Dury is a corporate raider, acquiring and stripping businesses in exchange for money, power, and designer drugs. The latest of these drugs is Angel Fire—a hallucinogen that seems to open the door to the next world. But, instead of finding the keys to heaven, John ends up in hell, spiraling into a nightmare dimension of ghosts, demons…and a faceless shadow that reaches into the depth of his soul. A powerful tale of corruption and redemption, told by two of the UK’s top comic book creators. 

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The story of John Dury begins with a night of debauchery with prostitutes and the designer drug "angel fire" to celebrate a takeover that John and his partner, Zee, have engineered. John comes to his ... Read full review


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Angel Fire is scripted and illustrated by the U.K.-based Daedalus Studio’s Chris Blythe (the hugely influential comic 2000AD) and Steve Parkhouse (How to Draw and Sell Comics, Dr. Who, Warrior). Both are well-established, respected names in the comic/GN world and bring all their knowledge and experience to this superb book.

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