Halo Graphic Novel

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Marvel, Jun 30, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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Graphic Novel. 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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User Review  - tyroeternal - LibraryThing

I found this to be an enjoyable piece to add to my collection of halo items even though the story was prolific. I take my hat off simply to the fact that they were able to not completely mess it up ... Read full review

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User Review  - dmcolon - LibraryThing

This is by no means a bad graphic novel, but it isn't really great either. The first story includes a pretty engaging account of a Covenant encounter with the Flood. Beyond that, the stories are ... Read full review

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