Sam Robots Hunters by Richard Marazano
  

Synopsis

Sam Robots Hunters by Richard Marazano

A year has passed for the community of survivors. Ian and his team are still making dangerous forays to the ravaged surface in search of food and medicine, forced to go ever further each time. But one day, just as they're about to be killed by one of the exterminator robots that constantly patrol the city, they're saved by an old acquaintance not even Ian still hoped to see again: SAM, the strange robot that seems to want to protect the boy -

About the Author

Richard Marazano is a jack of all trades - art, politics, physics, astrophysics, classical studies - who also does comics. He worked on some 30 series and one-shots, including The Chimpanzee Complex , translated by Cinebook. Shang Xiao is a Chinese artist and animator. He is well known in China for his cartoon Midsummer Park which was turned into an extremely popular video game.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Richard Marazano
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

16th April 2015

ISBN

9781849182461


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