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The life and times of Martha Washington in the twenty-first century / Frank Miller, writer ; Dave Gibbons, artist ; Robin Smith, Angus McKie, Alan Craddock, colorists.

By: Miller, Frank, 1957- [author.].
Contributor(s): Gibbons, Dave, 1949- [artist.] | Smith, Robin (Comic book artist) [colourist.] | McKie, Angus [colourist.] | Craddock, Alan [colourist.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Milwaukie, Oregon : Dark Horse Books, 2017Edition: Second softcover edition.Description: 598 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781506700359 (pbk.); 1506700357 (pbk.).Subject(s): Washington, Martha (Fictitious character from Miller) -- Comic books, strips, etc | African American women -- Comic books, strips, etc | Women heroes -- Comic books, strips, etc | Women soldiers -- Comic books, strips, etc | Dystopias -- Comic books, strips, etc | Liberty -- Comic books, strips, etcGenre/Form: Graphic novels. | Dystopian comics. | Comics (Graphic works)DDC classification: 741.5/973 Summary: Our story begins in the squalid corridors of a maximum-security housing project, where a young girl will rise from the war-torn streets of Chicago to battle injustice in a world insane with corruption. She will be called a hero, a traitor, and nearly everything in between, but all along the way, her courage, her integrity, and her unwavering commitment to that most valuable of right - liberty - will inspire a movement that will never surrender. A masterpiece nearly twenty years in the making, this archival volume contains the complete life story of freedom-fighter Martha Washington.
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Adult graphic novels MARTHA WASHINGTON G MIL (Browse shelf) 1 Available 31562016450985
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Our story begins in the squalid corridors of a maximum-security housing project, where a young girl will rise from the war-torn streets of Chicago to battle injustice in a world insane with corruption. She will be called a hero, a traitor, and nearly everything in between, but all along the way, her courage, her integrity, and her unwavering commitment to that most valuable of right - liberty - will inspire a movement that will never surrender. A masterpiece nearly twenty years in the making, this archival volume contains the complete life story of freedom-fighter Martha Washington.

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