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The Ballad of Halo Jones: Book Three by Alan…
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The Ballad of Halo Jones: Book Three

by Alan Moore, Ian Gibson (Illustrator)

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Comic legend Alan Moore's highly-influential classic of British comics, presented to a new generation coloured and remastered for the very first time. "Where did she go? Out. What did she do? Everything..." Bored and frustrated with her life in 50th-century leisure-ghetto housing estate 'The Hoop', 18-year-old everywoman Halo Jones yearns for the infinite sights and sounds of the universe. Pledging to escape on a fantastic voyage, she sets in motion events unimaginab≤ a spell on a luxury space-liner, a brush with an interstellar war - Halo Jones faces hardship and adventure in the name of freedom in the limitless cosmos. A galaxy-spanning story, comics' first bona fide feminist space opera, and the first true epic to grace the bibliography of arguably the greatest comic book writer the world has ever known.  … (more)

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On Pwuc, the catsblood never ran dry. Catsblood, actually distilled from the fermented pulp of the dwarf dice-melon, tasted better than the name implied...whereas Pwus, fifth planet in the Arcturan system looked even uglier than it sounded."
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The war...it was like a mother to me. Mother's dead now, so what's the point? What's the point of me?
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Tebeo que traduce los originales ingleses publicados en la revista 2000 AD números 451 al 466.
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