Series: Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl

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Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #1 by Kieron Gillen1
Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #2 by Kieron Gillen2
Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #3 by Kieron Gillen3
Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #4 by Kieron Gillen4
Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #5 by Kieron Gillen5
Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #6 by Kieron Gillen6
Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl by Kieron Gillen1-6

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Series description

The team behind the New York Times bestselling and Eisner-nominated smash hit THE WICKED + THE DIVINE return to the acclaimed urbanfantasy where they first made their names. Nearly a decade ago, Emily Aster sold half her personality for the power to rule a coven of phonomancers. I'm sure nothing could go horribly, monstrously wrong now. In a world where Music is Magic, a song can save or ruin your life. In THE IMMATERIAL GIRL, we discover what a video can do.

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