The Planetary Omnibus, Hardback Book
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Description

Planetary has been hailed as a timeless story that turned modernsuperhero conventions on their heads.Written by Warren Ellis(Transmetropolitan) with stunning art by John Cassaday (AstonishingX-Men), this critically acclaimed, landmark series took a look at theinter-dimensional peace-keeping force known as Planetary.

The trio on the groundincludes Elijah Snow, a hundred-year-old man, Jakita Wagner, an extremelypowerful woman, and The Drummer, a man with the ability to communicate withmachines.

Tasked with tracking down evidence of super-human activity, thesemystery archaeologists uncover unknown, paranormal secrets and histories, suchas a World War II supercomputer that can access other universes, a ghostlyspirit of vengeance, and a lost island of dying monsters.All 27 issues of the Planetary original series are collected in thishardbound omnibus edition.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 832 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Science fiction
  • ISBN: 9781401242381

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Great art work and an intriguing story. Perhaps Warren Ellis' best work? Certainly the best of his that I have read. The story telling here gets you curious, waxes philosophical, and makes you think. We've probably all looked out at a sunset and paused to wonder at it's beauty. But, there is a similar wonder and curiosity that strikes the heart at the edges of the unknown. Space, aliens, scientific advances, and the curious people that create/find them. Ellis captures some of this with the help of Cassaday's excellent art work. <br/><br/>This is not a normal comic book. I loved the homage to Doc Savage, Jules Verne, and other classic sci-fi characters. :)

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It took me a bit to get into because I couldn't quite figure out what was going on at first; once the overarching story really got going I really started enjoying it.

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It took me a bit to get into because I couldn't quite figure out what was going on at first; once the overarching story really got going I really started enjoying it.

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It took me a bit to get into because I couldn't quite figure out what was going on at first; once the overarching story really got going I really started enjoying it.

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It took me a bit to get into because I couldn't quite figure out what was going on at first; once the overarching story really got going I really started enjoying it.

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