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Humanoids Inc, Mar 19, 2014 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 56 pages
Somewhere in post WWII Central Europe exists an orphanage where children having survived a mysterious, transformative virus are admitted. Czechoslovakia, 1949. What Evil lurks within the walls of an ancient children's infirmary? After the brutal murder of her parents, Sarah, a young orphan, is about to discover that and much more. From long-buried secrets to imminent battles, the fate of man, and monster, lie with young Sarah. A gothic tale of horror from David Muñoz (co-writer of Guillermo Del Toro's "The Devil's Backbone" film) and artist Tirso.

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About the author (2014)

David Muñoz was born on October 10, 1968 in Madrid, Spain. He is a writer and director, known for the films: "The Devil's Backbone" (2001), "The Totenwackers" (2007) and "Exorcismus" (2010) as well as the comics: "Whispers in the Walls" and "The Last Ones".

An early art enthusiast an avid comic book fan, Tirso dedicated himself to the craft of drawing and won a comic book talent contest in 1993,at the young age of fourteen. In the early 2000s, he studied and eventually came to work in the fields of advertising and public relations. He became the artistic director of the successful Spanish advertising agency Contrepoint, where he collaborated on projects for Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, and Chrysler, among many others. A few years later, Tirso decided to venture back into the world of graphic novels where he ascended rapidly, working alongside authors such as Wander Antunes, and winning a prestigious best book award at the festival de Moulins along the way.

Javi Montes is a Spanish artist known for "The Incredible Hulk" (Marvel), "Crisis Aftermath: The Battle for Blüdhaven" (DC) and "Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters" (DC).

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