Series: Trees

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Trees #1 by Warren Ellis1
Trees #2 by Warren Ellis2
TREES Tome 2 by Jason Howard2
Trees #3 by Warren Ellis3
Trees #4 by Warren Ellis4
Trees #5 by Warren Ellis5
Trees #6 by Warren Ellis6
Trees #7 by Warren Ellis7
Trees #8 by Warren Ellis8
Trees #9 by Warren Ellis9
Trees #10 by Warren Ellis10
Trees # 11 by Warren Ellis11
Trees #12 by Warren Ellis12
Trees, Vol. 1 by Warren Ellis1-8
Trees Volume 2 by Warren Ellis102

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  4. Black Science Volume 2: Welcome, Nowhere by Rick Remender (2015)
  5. Lazarus Volume 4: Poison by Greg Rucka (2016)
  6. East of West, Volume 2: We Are All One by Jonathan Hickman (2014)
  7. Low: The Delirium of Hope by Rick Remender (2015)
  8. Prophet Volume 1: Remission by Brandon Graham (2012)
  9. Supreme: Blue Rose by Warren Ellis (2015)
  10. Saga, Volume 6 by Brian K. Vaughan (2016)
  11. Bitch Planet, Vol. 1: Extraordinary Machine by Kelly Sue Deconnick (2015)
  12. Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening, Part One (Black Magick 1) by Greg Rucka (2016)
  13. The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 2: Fandemonium by Kieron Gillen (2015)
  14. Velvet, Volume 3: The Man Who Stole The World by Ed Brubaker (2016)
  15. Monstress, Volume 1: Awakening by Marjorie M. Liu (2016)

Series description

Ten years after they landed. All over the world. And they did nothing, standing on the surface of the Earth like trees, exerting their silent pressure on the world, as if there were no-one here and nothing under foot. Ten years since we learned that there is intelligent life in the universe, but that they did not recognize us as intelligent or alive. Beginning a new science fiction graphic novel by WARREN ELLIS and JASON HOWARD.


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