The Hunter by Joe SparrowThe Hunter by Joe Sparrow

The Hunter

IllustratorJoe Sparrow

Paperback | June 12, 2015

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In a time centuries before our own, one arrogant hunter has grown bored of sport. Only the legends of a mythical beast excite him now, but when he goes hunting for the creature he quickly discovers that he is outmatched. Because this beast is not any mythical animal but is composed of all the hunted prey killed in the past, and it is most certainly out for revenge.Joe Sparrow was born in London and grew up in Cornwall, United Kingdom. He has worked on commercial animation for various studios and has self-published several of his own comics.
Joe Sparrow is an animator, comic book artist and arguable human being who lives and works in London. He enjoys drawing (sometimes), playing video games (too often) and exhibits a weakness for defeatist soliloquizing (constantly).
Title:The HunterFormat:PaperbackDimensions:24 pages, 9.05 × 6.64 × 0.15 inPublished:June 12, 2015Publisher:Nobrow Press Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1907704981

ISBN - 13:9781907704987

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[... ] an exploration of a man who is a certain way through upbringing and external conditioning [... ] whether he's repentant or not, and why, that too, may be. [... ] The graphics and stylisation help draw parallels with the game/game theme: kill and collect the list of following creatures and contribute in transporting the story to a more level. [... ] Sparrow uses shadow adeptly to thrust atmosphere and tension into the mix and an array of colours that are never boring. The Hunter manages to be both an attractive and interesting book, in terms of visual appeal.-Comics and Cola [... ] an exploration of a man who is a certain way through upbringing and external conditioning [... ] whether he's repentant or not, and why, that too, may be. [... ] The graphics and stylisation help draw parallels with the game/game theme: kill and collect the list of following creatures and contribute in transporting the story to a more level. [... ] Sparrow uses shadow adeptly to thrust atmosphere and tension into the mix and an array of colours that are never boring. The Hunter manages to be both an attractive and interesting book, in terms of visual appeal. - Comics and Cola