Item description for Jon Sable, Freelance: Bloodtrail (Jon Sable, Freelance) by Mike Grell...
At long last, the bestselling independent hero of the 1980s has returned - Mike Grell's Jon Sable, Freelance. But this time around, Sable isn't quite at the top of his form as he is haunted by his dark past. His career in a tailspin, Sable signs on to prevent the assassination of a foreign national visiting terror-torn Manhattan... but who are the killers really after, and why? And what will it take for Jon Sable to get his act together? Series creator Mike Grell returns to provide the story and art for Bloodtrail, the newest and most thrilling chapter in the continuing saga of Jon Sable, Freelance.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6.75" Height: 10.25" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jun 14, 2006
Publisher IDW Publishing
ISBN 1933239727 ISBN13 9781933239729
Availability 0 units.
More About Mike Grell
Mike Grell currently resides in Lake Stevens, in the state of Washington.
Reviews - What do customers think about Jon Sable, Freelance: Bloodtrail (Jon Sable, Freelance)?
Good return, but not as good as the originals Mar 2, 2007
Have always enjoyed the Jon Sable series and read most of the old comics back in the late 80's and early 90's. Must say that I found this new series a little disappointing. The production values on this trade paperback seemed good. Pages are glossy and the book is bound well. Story was only average. Primary shortcoming is that it seemed like spent quite a bit of time rehashing Sable's history. While this is probably necessary since Sable hasn't been published in a number of years, I found that the main story of protecting someone from his past felt abbreviated and rushed. I suppose that's the downside of the limited series. Recently read some of the reprints of the old series and those stories flow much better since there's no need to rush the backstory. Good read for Sable fans, but if you're just starting with the character go with the reprints of the original series.