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From one of the most highly recognised and award winning comic writers on the scene today, Neil Gaiman (Sandman, Death, Violent Cases), and his ...Show synopsisFrom one of the most highly recognised and award winning comic writers on the scene today, Neil Gaiman (Sandman, Death, Violent Cases), and his sometime collaborator, innovative artist Dave McKean (Arkham Asylum, Cages, Violent Cases) comes a haunting and stylish exploration of birth, death and renewal. Both human and flower the heroine, Black Orchid, undertakes a hazardous journey to uncover her true origins, providing a moving ecological parable for our times. This work by Gaiman and Mckean is an early showcase for the talent we know today.Hide synopsis
Description:Dave McKean (Illustrator) New in None as Issued jacket. BRAND...Dave McKean (Illustrator) New in None as Issued jacket. BRAND NEW COPY. Black Orchid is the name of three fictional superheroines published by DC Comics; first version, Adventure Comics #428 (July 1973). This is Book One of three in a mini-series, written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Dave McKean, explaining how Susan Linden-Thorn came to be known as Black Orchid---a human-plant hybrid with ties to the Green and species-related to other hybrids like the Swamp Thing, Floronic Man, and Poison Ivy.
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