World War X: Volume 1: Helius by Jerry FrissenWorld War X: Volume 1: Helius by Jerry Frissen

World War X: Volume 1: Helius

byJerry FrissenIllustratorPeter Snejbjerg, Delphine Rieu

Hardcover | April 14, 2015

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The war is not over yet. But humanity is losing. It becomes obvious that, unless the lines of telepathic communication between the monstrous creatures scattered between Earth and the Moon are broken, the humans will lose. Once again, all seems to depend on Helius, the mysterious warrior from an ancient war…
Jerry Frissen is an American comic book writer, known for this comic book series Lucha Libre and The Zombies That Ate The World, illustrated by Guy Davis. Frissen was nominated for the 2008 "Best Humor Publication" Eisner Award.   Peter Snejbjerg is an acclaimed artist, best known for his work on the B.P.R.D. series and on DC’s Starman...
Title:World War X: Volume 1: HeliusFormat:HardcoverDimensions:56 pages, 11.16 × 8.32 × 4 inPublished:April 14, 2015Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1782761128

ISBN - 13:9781782761129

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Editorial Reviews

“Leaves you breathless... A book that deserves a big audience!” - Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead)“Sophisticated storytelling and dynamic artwork!” - John Arcudi (B.P.R.D.)"WWX is a roller coaster ride of sci-fi mayhem, and the amazing art by Peter Snejbjerg goes from intimate character moments to epic action on the turn of the page. This is a graphic novel that has it all. I can't wait for the next volume!" - Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin, Green Lantern Corps, Light Brigade, The Mighty)"A pacy narrative...recalls the world of Mike Mignola's Hellboy/BPRD universe" - Digital Spy"popcorn movie presentation and snappy, widescreen artwork" -  SF Crows Nest"Snejbjerg gets to show off some rather impressive destruction, and he does a great job of making the aliens look frightening" -  FA Comics"There are plenty of good mysteries and ideas to be further investigated here." -  Comic Buzz"Jerry Frissen has provided a very gripping story that manages to keep you hooked to every page."  Flickering Myth“An intriguing blend of lovecraftian horrors and modern science fiction, WorldWar X has a great deal of potential.” - Laura Sneddon,Comics Beat“Hits the ground running and never slows down. A colossal B-movie SF rollercoaster.” - SciFi Now