Nemo Vol. 3: River of Ghosts

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“The story is action-packed with beautiful robot assassins and a plateau where dinosaurs still roam … River of Ghosts is an excellent addition to the collection.” –Jeff Provine, Blog Critics

The rip-roaring
Nemo trilogy (Heart of Ice, Roses of Berlin) reaches a stunning conclusion!

In a world where all the fictions ever written coalesce into a rich mosaic, it’s 1975. Janni Dakkar, pirate queen of Lincoln Island and head of the fabled Nemo family, is eighty years old and beginning to display a tenuous grasp on reality. Pursuing shadows from her past – or her imagination – she embarks on what may be a final voyage down the vastness of the Amazon, a last attempt to put to rest the blood-drenched spectres of old.

With allies and adversaries old and new, we accompany an ageing predator on her obsessive trek into the cultural landscape of a strange new continent, from the ruined city of Yu-Atlanchi to the fabulous plateau of Maple White Land. As the dark threads in her narrative are drawn into an inescapable web, Captain Nemo leads her hearse-black Nautilus in a desperate raid on horrors believed dead for decades.

Through the exotic spectacle of an imagined South America, Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill steer their fifty-year-long Nemo trilogy to its remarkable conclusion, borne upon a RIVER OF GHOSTS.

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Bleeding Cool

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“In a fast-paced, self-contained adventure, Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill thrillingly expand on one of Century’s most memorable characters.”

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“Kevin O'Neill meets the high bar set by his previous League art, capturing as always the series' old-fashioned pulp feel and obsessive attention to detail.”

Forbidden Planet

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“So, two of three parts of Moore and O’Neill’s Nemo have seen the daughter of the legendary Captain Nemo create her own legend, first in 1925’s Heart of Ice with a trip to Antarctica and those very Lovecraft-esque mountains and then jumping to wartime 1941 in Roses Of Berlin where Jenni Nemo comes up against The Great Dictator himself, Adenoid Hynkel. [Now] the trilogy of stories concludes with the publication of Nemo: River of Ghosts taking the now aged heroine to 1975 and the Amazon, where she has to deal with new peril and cope with her own increasingly difficult and tenuous grip on reality.”