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Free Country : a tale of the Children's Crusade

Author: Neil GaimanToby LittRachel PollackAlisa KwitneyJamie DelanoAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : DC Comics/Vertigo, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"When several children go missing in a small English hamlet, the Dead Boy Detectives are on the case. A series of strange and unexpected twists take them to Free Country, a place that dates back a millennia, where children never grow old and are free from the abuse and tyranny of adults. But Free Country is failing and what it needs is the strength of five innately powerful children--one of whom is sorcerer Timothy  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Graphic novels
Fantasy comics
Comics (Graphic works)
Comic books, strips, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Gaiman; Toby Litt; Rachel Pollack; Alisa Kwitney; Jamie Delano; Chris Bachalo; Mike Barreiro; Danny Vozzo; Jeanne McGee; John Costanza; Peter Snejbjerg; Peter Gross; Al Davison; Todd Klein; Mark Buckingham; D'Israeli
ISBN: 9781401267872 1401267874
OCLC Number: 957597907
Notes: "Originally published in single magazine form as The Children's Crusade 1 & 2"--Title page verso.
Target Audience: Suggested for mature readers.
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Act one / writer: Neil Gaiman ; artist: Chris Bachalo ; inker: Mike Barreiro ; colorist: Daniel Vozzo ; letterer: John Costanza --
Act two / writer: Toby Litt ; artist: Peter Gross ; colorist: Jeanne McGee ; letterer: Todd Klein --
Act three / writers: Neil Gaiman, Alisa Kwitney, Jamie Delano & Toby Litt ; artists: Peter Snejbjerg & Peter Gross ; colorist: Daniel Vozzo & Jeanne McGee ; letterer: John Costanza & Todd Klein.
Responsibility: Act One, writer: Neil Gaiman ; penciller: Chris Bachalo ; inker: Mike Barreiro ; colorist: Daniel Vozzo ; letterer: John Costanza ; Act Two, writers: Toby Litt & Rachel Pollack ; artists: Peter Gross & Al Davison ; colorist: Jeanne McGee ; letterer: Todd Klein ; Act Three, writers: Neil Gaiman, Alisa Kwitney, Jamie Delano & Toby Litt ; artists: Peter Snejberg & Peter Gross ; colorists: Daniel Vozzo & Jeanne McGee ; letterers: John Costanza & Todd Klein ; cover art: Mark Buckingham ; cover color: D'Israeli.

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"When several children go missing in a small English hamlet, the Dead Boy Detectives are on the case. A series of strange and unexpected twists take them to Free Country, a place that dates back a millennia, where children never grow old and are free from the abuse and tyranny of adults. But Free Country is failing and what it needs is the strength of five innately powerful children--one of whom is sorcerer Timothy Hunter--to restore their uncanny world to what it once was. This complete edition features Neil Gaiman's original THE CHILDREN'S CRUSADE #1, with artists Chris Bachalo and Mike Barreiro, along with THE CHILDREN'S CRUSADE #2 with writers Alisa Kwitney and Jamie Delano and artist Peter Snejbjerg. A brand-new middle act, written by DEAD BOY DETECTIVES writer Toby Litt, and drawn by THE BOOKS OF MAGIC artist extraodinaire Peter Gross, fully completes this compelling tale of ancient history, stolen dreams and lost children, in a way Neil Gaiman originally envisioned. Also featuring an introduction by Gaiman, and exquisite new cover art by DEAD BOY DETECTIVES artist Mark Buckingham."--Page [4] of cover.

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