The Troop by Noel ClarkeThe Troop by Noel Clarke

The Troop

byNoel ClarkeIllustratorJosh Cassara

Paperback | December 6, 2016

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Written by cult director and actor NOEL CLARKE, star of Doctor Who and Star Trek: Into Darkness, and director of the critically acclaimed movie, Kidulthood.

A disparate team of superheroic teenage vagabonds is on the run and struggling with their powers, with all the wonders and horrors of being teenagers, and with a government determined to ruthlessly hunt them down!
NOEL CLARKE is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Rose Tyler's woe-begotten boyfriend, Mickey, in Doctor Who, and as writer and director of the gritty and critically acclaimed teenage drama, Kidulthood. As a life-long comics fan, this is his first foray into the genre; he is ably supported by brilliant new artists, Josh Cassara, w...
Title:The TroopFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 10.2 × 6.8 × 0.2 inPublished:December 6, 2016Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1782761888

ISBN - 13:9781782761884

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Editorial Reviews

"10 of out of 10" - 4 Geeks Like You“A solid series with great art, The Troop paperback is worth adding to any reader's shelves” - New York Journal of Books"Smartly written and powerfully illustrated" - Reading with a Flight Ring"Reminds me of early X-Men books" - Comic Bastards"From pretty much page one, I was hooked immediately - Critical Blast"The artwork is absolutely fantastic! You need to be reading this book" - Bounding Into Comics"Strong characterisation, shocking visuals and unapologetically edgy approach - Big Comic Page"Clarke has tapped into something which is both familiar from comic-books of the past, and fresh in the level of punch and grit he manages to pack into the lives of his would-be heroes." - Warped Factor"It feels like an X-Men story ...It is very mature and doesn’t shy away from the mortal ramifications of superhuman powers...this is an interesting new series" - Needless Essentials