Item description for Queen & Country: The Definitive Edition, Vol. 2 by Greg Rucka, Jason Shawn Alexander, Carla Speed McNeil, Mike Hawthorne & Howard P. Chudacoff...
Overview SIS agent Tara Chase is put through the ringer as she must contend with industrial espionage, ghosts from her director's past, and politicians eager to use the service to their own ends. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Apr 16, 2008
Publisher Oni Press
ISBN 1932664890 ISBN13 9781932664898
Availability 0 units.
More About Greg Rucka, Jason Shawn Alexander, Carla Speed McNeil, Mike Hawthorne & Howard P. Chudacoff
The author of four novels about professional bodyguard Atticus Kodiak --"Keeper" (nominated for a Shamus Award by the Private Eye Writers of America), "Finder, Smoker, " and "Shooting at Midnight, "Greg Rucka has been writing since he was eight years old, and hopefully is improving with age. A longtime comics fan, his first graphic novel series was the suspense thriller "Whiteout, " published by Oni Press and nominated for three Eisner Awards in 1999. Since that time he has been a contributing writer for DC Comics and an active participant in the Batman series of titles.
Born and raised in California, he earned his undergraduate degree at Vassar College and his MFA at the University of Southern California. He currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Rucka is 29 years old, has two tattoos, and rides a motorcycle.
Greg Rucka currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about Queen & Country: The Definitive Edition, Vol. 2?
More Queen & Country Jun 23, 2008
I absolutely love this format. It's portable, and it's packed with stories. For a "Definitive" edition I would have liked some more behind the scenes work, concept art and the like, but it's good enough. The story is gripping as always. My only complaint is the art. While I like seeing the different artistic representations, and the art does always click, it's sometimes jarring to try to re acclimate yourself to the characters at the beginning of each arc. I finally do, and it only takes the end of the first issue now since I know the voices of the characters, but it can be annoying for new readers.