The Complete Scarlet Traces, Volume Three: Volume 3

The Complete Scarlet Traces, Volume Three: Volume 3

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Ian Edginton and D'Israeli's critically acclaimed sequel to HG Wells' classic SF The War Of The Worlds continues in this third paperback collection, as the Martians return to Earth to wreck their terrible revenge!

The visionary comic series from Ian Edginton and D'Israeli continues!

It is 1968 and the Martians have finally returned and are ready to wreck their terrible revenge. Can a ragtag team of Humans and Venusian survivors, spread across the solar system, stop the Martian plan to weaponise the sun itself and wipe humanity off the Earth?

This third volume of the critically acclaimed sequel to H.G. Wells' iconic novel The War of the Worlds is 128 pages long.

Author: D'Israeli
Publisher: 2000 AD
Published: 03/15/2022
Pages: 128
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.80lbs
Size: 10.16h x 7.17w x 0.32d
ISBN: 9781781089439

About the Author
Ian Edginton is a New York Times best selling author and multiple Eisner Award nominee. He is currently writing Batman'66 meets The Avengers (Steed and Mrs Peel, not the other ones!) for DC Comics as well as Judge Dredd, Stickleback, Helium, Kingmaker and Brass Sun for 2000 AD. He lives and works in Birmingham, England.

Under the pen name D'Israeli, Matt Brooker has been a comic artist since 1988. He is perhaps best known for his collaborations with writer Ian Edginton, including Leviathan, Kingdom of the Wicked, The War of the Worlds, Scarlet Traces and Batman. Other career highlights include work on Sandman, collaborations with Warren Ellis, including Lazarus Churchyard and the cryptic SVK, and his colouring on the later Miracleman stories, to which he'll be returning in 2015. Since 2003, he's been a regular contributor to 2000 AD, mostly as series artist on Stickleback with Ian Edginton and Low Life with Rob Williams. His and Rob's creator owned series, Ordinary, was published in the Megazine and is now available as a graphic novel. He lives in Nottingham, UK and wishes he had a cat.