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Durham Red: v. 2 by Dan Abnett
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Once a bounty hunter with the Strontium Dogs, vampire Durham Red went into hibernation for thousands of years. Awoken in the far future by the mutant Judas Harrow, she discovered that the hate between humans and mutants was as strong as ever. Resolved to end the conflict for all time, Durham has travelled to the area of space known as the Vermin Stars, accompanied by Harrow and a human, Matthias Godolkin - once a mutant hunter, now convinced that the vampire has enslaved him. But will she be able to enlist the help of the mutant terrorists, the Tenebrae, and finally end the war? Brand new cover image by series artist Mark Harrison Eight-page sketchbook and covers gallery High quality European-style paperback book Regularly requested as a reprint by 2000 AD readers

Author Biography

Dan Abnett is the co-creator of 2000 AD series Atavar, Badlands, Sancho Panzer and Sinister Dexter. He has also written Black Light, Downlode Tales, Durham Red, Flesh, Future Shocks, Judge Dredd, Pulp Sci-Fi, Roadkill, Rogue Trooper, The VCs, Vector 13 and Venus Bluegenes, as well as The Scarlet Apocrypha and Wardog for the Megazine. A prolific creator, Abnett has also written for Marvel, Dark Horse and DC Comics. He is the author of twenty novels for the Black Library, including the bestselling Gaunt's Ghosts series. His most recent work outside the Galaxy's Greatest Comic is DC's Legion and Superman, and Wildstorm's Mr Majestic. Dan Abnett was voted Best Writer Now at the 2003 National Comic Awards. Mark Harrison is perhaps best known to 2000 AD fans for his striking, computer-aided Durham Red artwork, but he has also illustrated Judge Dredd, Glimmer Rats, Pulp Sci-Fi and Strontium Dogs. He also contributed a story to the Megazine's Durham Red-based The Scarlet Apocrypha series, and -- rare for a 2000 AD artist -- has even written two Pulp Sci-Fi stories! Outside of 2000 AD he has provided covers for Dark Horse's Star Wars series and Topps' Star Wars trading cards.
Release date NZ
October 1st, 2003
Illustrated by Mark Harrison
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Full colour
2000 AD Graphic Novels
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