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  • Published: Houston, Texas : Abstract Studio, Inc., c2009.
  • Year Published: 2009
  • Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. ; 27 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Graphic Novel

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  • 9781892597410
  • 1892597411

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Echo : atomic dreams

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"Julie wakes up in a desert motel, wearing a plate of liquid metal that possesses tremendous power. With NSB agent, Ivy, hot on her heels, Julie heeds a voice inside her that says run. Then the killings begin and Julie finds herself face to face with evil, wearing the same metal"--Cover p. [4].

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A great second volume.

Volume 2 opens with Julie hiding out in the Nevada desert. She's being hunted by both a madman who also possesses some of the alloy and a relentless tracker working for the agency that got her into the mess in the first place. Sparks fly, and people explode.

Terrific follow-up to a terrific first volume. Moore is a master character-writer; everyone in the book just jumps off the page. Ivy's intuitive leaps, the homeless guy's madness, Julie's empathy, it's all totally believable.

Moore continues to do great things with black and white. And thank god he has abandoned the ridiculously cartoony surprise-expressions that ruined Strangers in Paradise for me. One shouldn't mix this much smarts and realism with Dagwood Bumstead art.

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