Halo Graphic Novel

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Marvel, Jun 30, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
29 Reviews
Assembling a team of this talent, this breadth of style and scope, is no easy task. Pouring this much creative ability into a universe as broad and deep as Bungie Studios' Halo, is no mean feat. Pulling that together into a cohesive graphic novel anthology is a Herculean task, but here it is! The Halo Graphic Novel! Introducing four tales from the Halo universe by some of the finest talent in comic book history, including the central story, "The Last Voyage of the Infinite Succor," with art by Simon Bisley (Slaine, Batman, Judge Dredd) and a story by Lee Hammock. Creator of cult manga Blame! - Tsutomu Nihei - writes and illustrates Sgt. Johnson's tale, "Breaking Quarantine," and the trio of Ed Lee, Andrew Robinson, and Jay Faerber team up to bring us "Armor Testing," a story of technology in the 26th century. Last, but not least is "Second Sunrise Over New Mombasa," from Brett Lewis and legend Jean "Moebius" Giraud.

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Review: The Halo Graphic Novel (Halo Graphic Novels)

User Review  - Jo Bennie - Goodreads

The artwork on this collection of Halo stories is beautiful and varied, but the stories are a bit garbled. A good effort Read full review

Review: The Halo Graphic Novel (Halo Graphic Novels)

User Review  - Jaye - Goodreads

This was okay. If I'd happened across it when it was new, it might've had more of an impact on me. I've been a Halo fanatic for years now, and I think I learned most of the stories in this book through other materials over the years. The art was nice to see, but that's about it. Read full review

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