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AMERICAN JESUS TP VOL 01 CHOSEN (NEW EDITION) (MR)
(W) Mark Millar (A) Peter Gross (CA) Jodie Muir 'CHOSEN.' After surviving a freak accident, a twelve-year-old boy discovers he's the returned Jesus Christ. He can turn water into wine, make the crippled walk...he can even raise the dead. How will he deal with his destiny and lead the world through a conflict that's been thousands of years in the making? Collects AMERICAN JESUS: CHOSEN #1-3
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AMERICAN JESUS TP VOL 02 NEW MESSIAH (MR)
(W) Mark Millar (A) Peter Gross (CA) Jodie Muir AMERICAN JESUS returns with 'THE NEW MESSIAH.' A virgin pregnancy in '70s New York leads a young couple to flee for their lives as evil forces close in to destroy them. Yet more bloodshed lies ahead for their daughter, Catalina, who refuses to accept her destiny as the savior of mankind. Collects AMERICAN JESUS: THE NEW MESSIAH #1-3
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HIGHEST HOUSE TP
(W) Mike Carey (A) Peter Gross (CA) Yuko Shimizu To be born a slave is in fact not a fatality. And facts can be changed. In the country of Ossaniul, there is a fortress that is as disproportionate as it is inaccessible: the Highest House. Its masters, the noble family of Aldercrest, reign over a veritable army of slaves. At the bottom of the ladder, young Moth performs the most thankless tasks and has little hope of living past childhood. Until the day he meets Obsidian, a mysterious prisoner of the House who whispers to him in his sleep. If Moth does what he asks, Obsidian will give him fortune and glory. And there's every indication that Obsidian can make good on his promises. Will Moth accept the offer? Through a subtle alternate history, The Highest House takes us to a fictional country reminiscent of the Balkan kingdoms of the 16th century. Mike Carey and Peter Gross (Lucifer, The Unwritten) draw from this context a captivating fantasy narrative that reflects on the human soul, the corrupting power of slavery, and the inequalities of class, all from the different perspectives
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