Halo Graphic Novel

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Marvel, Aug 9, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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Marvel and Bungie team up to create The Halo Graphic Novel HC based on the best-selling video game. The graphic novel brings the Halo universe to life for the first time in the sequential art medium in a 128-page, full color, high quality, jacketed, hardcover graphic novel. Stories include: "Last Voyage of the Infinite Succor" by Simon Bisley and Lee Hammock. When communications from a Covenant agricultural support ship are mysteriously terminated, an Elite Commander and his squad of Special Forces are sent to investigate. In "Armor Testing" by Ed Lee and Jay Faerber, the only way to test Spartan armor, is to send a Spartan. The question is what's really being tested? In Tsutomo Nihei's "Breaking Quarantine," the untold tale of Sergeant Johnson's escape from the clutches of the Flood menace is revealed! Finally, Moebius and Brett Lewis' "Second Sunrise Over New Mombasa" tells of the subtler, more dangerous fights taking place on the streets of New Mombasa and in the hearts and minds of men. Cover by Phil Hale. Gallery art created a number of elite artists including Rick Berry, Geof Darrow, Scott Fischer, Sterling Hundley, Craig Mullins, George Pratt, Juan Ramirez, George Staples, Justin Sweet, John Van Fleet and Kent Williams.

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halo graphic novel

User Review  - stephanie444444444 - Overstock.com

The art and writing in this novel is awesome! It really isnt just a commercialized attempt at getting money from halo fans it was actually done by people who really care about the halo story. Great graphic novel!! Read full review

Halo Graphic Novel

User Review  - elizabeth1961 - Overstock.com

Everything about this book is great. The stories are well written and the art is just a masterpiece. The gallery at the end shows some of the greatest Halo art ever collected together. However there ... Read full review

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