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Postby LOLtron » Mon Jan 22, 2007 9:34 am

From Image’s press release:The crime comic renaissance started by Warren Ellis’s FELL, Ed Brubaker’s CRIMINAL and Michael Avon Oeming’s THE CROSS BRONX continues this April UNRAVEL – an all- new four-issue miniseries from Image Comics and Shadowline.Written by Dan Wickline with art by Homeros Gilani, UNRAVEL begins with a stormy night foot pursuit through Central [...]
ImageFrom Image’s press release:

The crime comic renaissance started by Warren Ellis’s FELL, Ed Brubaker’s CRIMINAL and Michael Avon Oeming’s THE CROSS BRONX continues this April UNRAVEL – an all- new four-issue miniseries from Image Comics and Shadowline.

Written by Dan Wickline with art by Homeros Gilani, UNRAVEL begins with a stormy night foot pursuit through Central Park leaves Officer Lindsey Shaw at the mercy of an amnesiac stranger. Attempts to identify the mystery man point to a connection with a decade-old cold case murder that is not only unlikely, but seemingly impossible. Thrust into a case where nothing makes sense, Shaw must figure out how her case ties to a man killed while in police custody and then convicted posthumously of murder.

“Lindsay comes from a long line of NYPD police officers,” explains Wickline. “It’s in her blood. She trusts her gut and takes the risks necessary to get the job done. The problem is that the case she’s working on is unlike any she’s ever seen. She’s forced to look at everything – and everyone – she trusts differently. Even herself.”

Featuring twists, turns, shady characters, deceptions and people trying to do good in the worst of circumstances, UNRAVEL gives fans of crime comics exactly what they want and is certain to keep readers guessing all the way through to the end.

UNRAVEL #1 (FEB071880), a 32-page comic with a cover price of $3.50 ships, is available for order in the March issue of Diamond Previews, with a ship date of APRIL 25.

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Posted originally: 2007-01-22 13:34:10

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