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Dark Horse Books, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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Big as a boulder and strong as an ox, he's Concrete, seven-feet plus of stony celebrity. That he's a government-created cyborg is the cover story, but in truth he's the mind of one Ronald Lithgow trapped inside a rocky shell of alien origin. Possessing of powers allowing him to scale the highest mountain unaided or peel back the roof of a car like a pull tab, he is yet denied the simple human pleasures of fragile flesh.

The return of Paul Chadwick's award-winning Concrete has ushered in a resurgence of interest in the acclaimed series that Harlan Ellison called ". . . [P]robably the best comic being published today by anyone, anywhere."

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Review: Concrete, Volume 2: Heights (Concrete #2)

User Review  - Martin - Goodreads

A beautiful comic, in terms of story, design, art, and theme. It's just top-notch. My only complaint is the smaller-than-standard-comic page size is not good for some of Chadwick's rich and dense page lay-outs. Read full review

Review: Concrete, Volume 2: Heights (Concrete #2)

User Review  - Ugh - Goodreads

More of Chadwick's warm, witty, inspiring stories. This second volume was just a little less varied than the first, and a couple of the stories didn't really go anywhere, but the collection as a whole was still enjoyable. I'll probably read the third too. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Professor Paul Chadwick, PhD, is Head of Clinical Psychology at the Royal South Hants Hospital, and Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Southampton. He has an international reputation for his ground-breaking, applied research over the past 20 years on cognitive therapy for psychosis and is lead author on an infl uential book written with M.J. Birchwood and P. Trower - "Cognitive Therapy for Delusions, Voices and Paranoia," also published by John Wiley and Sons.