Captain Stone Volume 1 by Christina MccormackCaptain Stone Volume 1 by Christina Mccormack

Captain Stone Volume 1

byChristina MccormackIllustratorLiam Sharp

Hardcover | December 1, 2015

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In a world where the Media can make or break careers, no one is safe – not even the World’s one and only superhero. And when he falls from grace, the results could threaten the very survival of humanity!
LIAM SHARP’s credits include as varied titles as X-Men, Hulk, Superman, Batman and Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer, and the highly successful computer game spin-off, Gears of War. He and his wife CHRISTINA McCORMACK were co-founders of Sharp’s own publishing company, Mam Tor, and state-of-the-art motion comic company, Madefire.
Title:Captain Stone Volume 1Format:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 10.43 × 6.96 × 0.55 inPublished:December 1, 2015Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1782762841

ISBN - 13:9781782762843

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Editorial Reviews

"A different take on the superhero genre–beautifully written and drawn in dreamy perfection." - Comic Trash"The art is incredible" - Giant Fire Breathing Robot "Sharp’s artwork continued to be compelling providing a fresh style on almost every page." - Adventures In Poor Taste "Well written" - Nerdly "I tend to admire comics that take an original approach to a story - and this one does that in spades." - Comic Of The Day "Engrossing backstory and character development. Story build up inspires confidence about series. Gorgeous artwork" - Hulking Reviewer "An eclectic mixture of styles and techniques" - Comic Wow “From the first page, Charlie’s graceful narration is immediately enthralling...The luscious detail of the images makes almost every one worthy of its own separate print, and you’ll find yourself taking breaks from reading the story just to absorb the detail of the passing frames.” - Starburst Magazine