Grandville Noël

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November 2014

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“Pitch perfect story; the balance between adventure and humour, bravery and shock, the elements that clearly draw on current worries in our own society (something the best science fiction has always been good at) and some glorious artwork to give us the finest Grandville volume yet.” – Joe Gordon, Forbidden Planet

Le blaireau est de retour! Alone in Grandville, Detective Inspector LeBrock stalks a growing religious cult led by a charismatic unicorn messiah who, along with his con-men partners, are responsible for horrific mass murder. With Paris in the grip of the mysterious crime lord Tiberius Koenig and increasingly violent attacks by human terrorists, can LeBrock stop the inevitable slide into fascism? And could these conditions all be the manipulations of a centuries-old conspiracy to throw the world into war?

From the imagination of Bryan Talbot comes
Grandville Noël, the fourth installment of the acclaimed steampunk fantasy series.

Grandville has a depth to it that few graphic novels or comics usually do. There are so many layers to the work it is astounding.” – Allen Wiggs, Comic Bastards

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