Slaine: The King

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Titan Books Limited, Oct 24, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
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Now available in paperback, writer Pat Mills (Marshal Law) is joined by artists Glenn Fabry (Preacher covers) and Mike McMahon (Judge Dredd) to bring you a world of mists and magic and the ultimate Celtic warrior, Slaine This classic tale of sword and sorcery introduced 2000 AD readers and the comics world at large to a hero who makes Conan look like a boy scout. It was also the first part in what was become an epic saga chronicling the adventures of Slaine. Exiled from his tribe, Slaine is forced to roam the land of Tir-Nan-Og with his dwarf, Ukko. Ahead of him lie terrifying ordeals that will require all of Slaine's famed warrior strength if he is to return victorious and claim his rightful place as King

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About the author (2003)

Pat Mills is the creator and first editor of "2000 AD". For the Galaxy's Greatest Comic, he is the writer and co-creator of "ABC Warriors", "Nemesis the Warlock", "Harlem Heroes", and "Savage". Currently Mills is writing the bestselling series "Requiem?Vampire Knight" for Editions Nickel of France with artist Olivier Ledroit, along with new stories for 2000 AD.

Clint Langley is one of the hottest names in comics. He began his "2000 AD" career with the fully painted artwork of his co-created series "Dinosty" and he has also illustrated "Judge Dredd, Nemesis The Warlock, Outlaw, Sinister Dexter", and "Tales of Telguuth". As well as working for "2000 AD" Clint has produced covers for Games Workshop and Marvel publications and is the winner of the Inquest Gamer Fan Awards for Best Artist.

Glenn Fabry is famous in the comic book industry for his fabulous figure paintings. A freelance illustrator for 20 years, and winner of an Eisner award in 1996 for best cover artist, he has worked mainly in the fantasy genre. His creations include covers for DC Comics'"Hellblazer "and "Preacher".

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