The Only Living Boy #1: Prisoner of the Patchwork Planet Prisoner of the Patchwork Planet by Steve Ellis, David Gallagher
  

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The Only Living Boy #1: Prisoner of the Patchwork Planet Prisoner of the Patchwork Planet by Steve Ellis, David Gallagher

If you were the only living boy on the planet, what would you do? When 12-year old Erik Farrell runs away from home, he finds himself without his memory, stranded on a patchwork planet with danger lurking around every corner. Now every day is a struggle to survive. Luckily, Erik quickly makes friends like Morgan, a mermaid warrior and Thea, a teenage princess from a mysterious insect race. He'll need their help to escape the Dreaded Lord Baalikar and the evil Doctor Once and maybe, one day, find his way back home.

About the Author

Author David Gallaher has received multiple Harvey Award nominations and won The Best Online Comic Award for his work on High Moon for DC Comics. David was an early pioneer of digital comics developing projects for Marvel as well as Box 13 - the first comic designed specifically for the iPhone - for ComiXology. He has served as a consultant for Random House, The NYPD, and McGraw-Hill. Illustrator Steve Ellis has worn many hats working as an illustrator, author, art director and concept designer. Over his varied career he has created artwork and conceived projects for companies such as Wizards of the Coast, Random House, Impact books, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, AMC, Scholastic Books, Impact books, Rogue Entertainment, Blizzard Entertainment and many others. Recently he has developed the award winning comic series High Moon for DC Comics as well as acted as the lead designer, storyboard artist and illustrator on AMC's Breaking Bad: The Cost of Doing Business and The Walking Dead: Dead Reckoning games.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Steve Ellis, David Gallagher
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Publisher

Papercutz

Publication date

9th March 2016

ISBN

9781629914428


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