The Burial Site

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Humanoids Inc, Mar 19, 2014 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 49 pages
A genre blending ensemble novel set in a world of political science fiction, where the rulers of the future are haunted by the ghosts of the past. In the year 1206, Genghis Khan and his Golden Horde dominated an immense territory from the Pacific Ocean to the Caspian Sea with only 150,000 men. In the year 2040, the latest Russian dictator has a unique vision: to invoke the spirit of Genghis Khan and his Golden Horde to create, this time, an empire reaching from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic. To do this, his secret service must find the corpse of the latest reincarnation of the infamous conqueror. Their path will cross with that of the last Chechen, the survivor of a nuclear holocaust on his own mystical quest. Written and illustrated in amazing graphic maturity by Ukrainian creator Igor Baranko.
 

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Igor Baranki is a Ukranian comic writer and artist. He studied Fine Arts in Ukraine before serving in the Red Army for two years. Hating every minute, he used his time out of the military, after the fall of the USSR, to look for the meaning of life in Buddhist regions of Siberia. Retuning to an economic slump in Ukraine, Baranko submitted his work to Western European publishers. After winning the US Green Card Lottery, he moved to the US where he began working on American comics like “Bart Simpson” (Bongo Comics) and “Skaggy the Lost” (Slave Labor Graphics). His comic “The Horde” (Humanoids) was published simultaneously in France and the US.

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