Avatar Featured Item of the Month: SUPERGOD by Warren Ellis

Avatar Press writes:

 

We are proud to announce that Diamond Comics selected Avatar’s upcoming release of the SUPERGOD collected graphic novel as one of its “Featured Items” in the June 2011 Previews catalog. To celebrate this accolade, we present to you this special highlight on the SUPERGOD collection!

SUPERGOD

  • Written by Warren Ellis
  • Art by Garrie Gastonny
  • Covers by Felipe Massafera
  • Intended for Mature Audiences
  • Format: Full Color, 128 Pages

Praying to be saved by a man who can fly will get you killed! From the mind of Warren Ellis, the creator of TRANSMETROPOLITAN and BLACK SUMMER, comes the most horrifying superhero graphic novel you will ever read! What if the arms race of global superpowers did not yield nuclear stockpiles, but rather messianic beings capable of wondrous miracles and – when needed – the ability to unleash the wrath of gods? But when the scientists, generals, and politicians built super-humans to save the planet, no one ever imagined how their heroes would do it – or even if they’d want to. Behold the apocalyptic tomorrow, when supermen kill us all and end the world just because we wanted to be rescued by human-shaped things from beyond Science itself!

SUPERGOD Softcover Edition

  • Diamond Item Code: JUN110873
  • ISBN: 978-1-59291-099-1
  • Retail Price: $17.99

SUPERGOD Hardcover Edition

  • Diamond Item Code: JUN110874
  • ISBN: 978-1-59291-100-4
  • Retail Price: $27.99

If you want to add this mind-blowing new graphic novel to your Warren Ellis collection, be sure to visit your local comic shop during the month of June and place a pre-order for SUPERGOD!

 

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Featured Item of the Month: SUPERGOD by Warren Ellis

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