Fear the Shark by Laurie S. Sutton
  

Synopsis

Fear the Shark by Laurie S. Sutton

Something fishy is at work in COAST CITY. A new super-villain rises from the peaceful waters . . . the SHARK, who uses telepathy and oceanic powers to feed off the citizens' frenzy and fright. Luckily, citizen HAL JORDAN is secretly hero GREEN LANTERN. His power ring should be able to liquidate the SHARK's watery weapons. But when the slippery predator sends a monstrous tsunami toward the city, can the Emerald Crusader stop the mounting wave of fear?

About the Author

Laurie Sutton has read comics since she was a kid. She grew up to become an editor for Marvel, DC Comics, Starblaze, and Tekno Comics. She has written Adam Strange for DC, Star Trek: Voyager for Marvel, plus Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Witch Hunter for Malibu Comics. There are long boxes of comics in her closet where there should be clothing and shoes. Laurie has lived all over the world, and currently resides in Florida. Dan Schoening was born in Victoria, B.C. Canada. From an early age, Dan has had a passion for animation and comic books. Currently, Dan does freelance work in the animation and game industry and spends a lot of time with his lovely little daughter, Paige.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Laurie S. Sutton
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Publisher

Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd

Publication date

17th February 2012

ISBN

9781406236736


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