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Prisoner Etu, racked with guilt, re-lives the decision which led to the destruction of his tribe at the hands of an unthinkable monster generations before. The year is 1867 and nestled among the majestic mountains of the Pacific Northwest lies a Native American village on the verge of extinction. When its inhabitants become suspicious of a strange family who choose to live apart from the rest, young Etu trails the family to a camp deep in the woods only to discover that they possess inconceivable powers. When Etu reveals what he has witnessed to the tribe, his father, a powerful Witchdoctor, discloses the identity of the family and the spell he cast on them years before. An edict to exterminate the family at all costs is passed down - but when confronted by their powers, the plan only sets in motion the birth of a curse more evil than any of them could have imagined. Created and written by Matt Cochran with artwork by acclaimed artist, Dean Hyrapiet (Voodoo Child, Virulents, Dead Soldier).
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Created by the father and son team of Weston Cage and acclaimed actor Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider; The Rock; National Treasure) and written by Mike Carey (Untouchable, Lucifer, Unwritten) with artwork by Dean Hyrapiet (Buddha, Virulents, Dead Soldier). Shadows can cloak the mysteries of the past, the deeds tat should be forgotten, and the mistakes that are not meant to be ignored. But some shadows cannot be held in the darkness for long, for some have a story to tell… Gabriel Moore is no ordinary child. He's not really living... but he's not really dead, either. In 1860, the plantation of union sympathizer Mason Moore is burned to the ground by secessionists. In the battle, Moore's illegitimate son is killed, but as he gasps his last breaths, a voodoo bokor casts a spell on him. The bokor cannot save Gabriel from death entirely, but puts the boys spirit in limbo where he must wait until someone can summon him. Centuries later, Gabriel re-emerges, but he’s no longer a mere boy – he’s a Voodoo Child. And he’s got some unfinished business to attend to… “The art gives it a dark, scary gloss that sticks out as a nice change from the flood of zombie and vampire tales that make up most of the horror genre.” - Variety "Nicolas Cage loves comic books so much, he created one of his own." - USA Today "Each book is filled with great dialogue and excellent storytelling." - Geeks of Doom "This is storytelling that draws you in with ghouls that are involving to watch and gets under your skin with monstrosities that aren't so easily escaped. (4.5 out of 5 stars)" - Comic Critique "It's got an anti-hero who doesn't mind getting a bit bloody while trying to avenge his family. (Mike) Carey is starting to climb my chart of competent writers, and I fully expect more reading from this title. (4.5 out of 5 Stars)" - Comics Bulletin
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Prisoner Etu, racked with guilt, re-lives the decision which led to the destruction of his tribe at the hands of an unthinkable monster generations before. The year is 1867 and nestled among the majestic mountains of the Pacific Northwest lies a Native American village on the verge of extinction. When its inhabitants become suspicious of a strange family who choose to live apart from the rest, young Etu trails the family to a camp deep in the woods only to discover that they possess inconceivable powers. When Etu reveals what he has witnessed to the tribe, his father, a powerful Witchdoctor, discloses the identity of the family and the spell he cast on them years before. An edict to exterminate the family at all costs is passed down - but when confronted by their powers, the plan only sets in motion the birth of a curse more evil than any of them could have imagined. Read this FREE PREVIEW of the graphic novel created and written by Matt Cochran with artwork by acclaimed artist, Dean Hyrapiet (Voodoo Child, Virulents, Dead Soldier).
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From acclaimed filmmakers John Moore (Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines, The Omen and the upcoming Die Hard 5) and Richie Smyth, comes the story of Colonel John Donner, aka John Doe. It’s the last days of World War One – the Great War. On an obscure patch of mud, a small company of American soldiers fights to the last man against a powerful German offensive. John Doe is the only American survivor of the attack. He wanders alone for days amongst the maze of trenches and blast holes. Shellshocked, badly wounded and without food or medicine, he is lost. Through a twist of events, Donner is transformed into a creature of unthinkable power, a monster that pledges he will avenge the deaths of his fallen comrades, not only on the muddy battlefields of WWI, but across the generations to the slaughter-fields of the ""War on Terror."" With abnormal strength and agility he hunts his enemies. But Donner’s actions have not gone unnoticed – and he will soon face an enemy from a place he could never have contemplated. "Donner is transformed by the evil in mankind and our unquenchable appetite for it and so, Donner can never be killed. He is the first Metaphorical Superhero. He is the product of intention." - John Moore "One of the foundations of a good war story is that war can turn that horrible child that cut off cats' tails into a hero, and that it can change a moral optimist into a demon. Much the way The Walking Dead starts at the end of a horror movie, and expands on what life would be like after the credits, Dead Soldier shows you the life of the former soldier once he has embraced his demonicness"" (Story Rating 5/5; Art Rating 5/5) - iFanboy "You need to read this! Immediately! Dead Soldiers is DARK. Dark and suspenseful. Dark, suspenseful and, wait for it, well-written. A triple threat!" - Tor.com
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Created by Weston Cage and acclaimed actor Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider; The Rock; National Treasure) When crows eat the eyes of a dead man, his soul stumbles blind into hell: but when crows eat the eyes of a voodoo bokor, something very different happens. Gabriel Moore is about to find out what that something is, as his enemies enter into an unholy alliance to destroy him.
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Created by Weston Cage and acclaimed actor Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider; The Rock; National Treasure) Gabriel Moore's life should have ended almost 150 years ago-and in some ways, it did-but he was brought back by John Messenger, to the world of post-Katrina New Orleans. As he closes in on his human enemies, his path once again runs across Detective Robert Julien's murder investigation, with violent results. But Gabriel is being hunted in this turn, by the most powerful of the voodoo loas, and Baron Samedi has his own terrifying ways of dealing with the risen dead...
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Created by Weston Cage and acclaimed actor Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider; The Rock; National Treasure) Gabriel Moore confronts the demons in his own past as he and detective Robert Julien finally join forces against their true enemy: an enemy who has been manipulating the Voodoo Child from the moment he rose from the grave. But New Orleans is on fire, and it may already be too late to stop a slaughter of innocents turning into something even worse.
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Created by Weston Cage and acclaimed actor Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider; The Rock; National Treasure) Gabriel Moore's life should have ended almost 150 years ago-and in some ways, it did-but he was brought back by John Messenger, to the world of post-Katrina New Orleans. As he closes in on his human enemies, his path once again runs across Detective Robert Julien's murder investigation, with violent results. But Gabriel is being hunted in this turn, by the most powerful of the voodoo loas, and Baron Samedi has his own terrifying ways of dealing with the risen dead...
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Created by Weston Cage and acclaimed actor Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider; The Rock; National Treasure) Detectives Julien and Land make a fateful discovery about the man behind New Orleans' wave of murders and kidnappings, while Gabriel Moore meets the voodoo loa known as Maman Brigitte - and is given both a warning and a gift.
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"From acclaimed filmmakers John Moore (Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines and The Omen) and Richie Smyth, comes the story of Colonel John Donner. Some wars are waged across decades, generations, and even realities. In the tortured trenches of Bellicourt, France something horrible has been conceived. As soldier John Doe struggles to survive, both he and the worn unit that stumble upon him discover a horrifying truth. Amidst this fog of war, when yet another firefight ensues, the merciful are the ones who die by the bullet. Because those who don’t fall squarely in Doe’s crosshairs and the unfathomable, brutal truth that fuels his being.
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