The Last Broadcast HC Vol. 01

The Last Broadcast HC Vol. 01

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What's to Love: A cunning and dynamic debut from writer André Sirangelo and artist Gabriel Iumazark, The Last Broadcast takes readers into the dark corners of the world where secrets await to be... revealed. Iumazark's Brazilian/Japanese-fusion indie art style brings edgy energy to every dark corner, and fans of Thief of Thieves and the film Now You See Me will find a lot that entices them. What It Is: Ever wonder what's behind that 'No Trespassing' sign? Travel into the hidden world of Urban Exploration with the daredevil members of Backbone, the best UrbEx team in San Francisco. When they discover a secret bunker belonging to the long-vanished 1930s stage magician Blackhall the Incredible at the same time a young illusionist receives a mysterious package involving Blackhall's death in 1934, both groups dive into the mystery, not yet realizing it's about the change their lives forever. 'A gorgeous comic with atmosphere to spare, reading The Last Broadcast feels like trespassing in all the right ways.' - Multiversity Comics
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What's to Love: A cunning and dynamic debut from writer André Sirangelo and artist Gabriel Iumazark, The Last Broadcast takes readers into the dark corners of the world where secrets await to be revealed. Iumazark's Brazilian/Japanese-fusion indie art style brings edgy energy to every dark corner, and fans of Thief of Thieves and the film Now You See Me will find a lot that entices them.

What It Is: Ever wonder what's behind that 'No Trespassing' sign? Travel into the hidden world of Urban Exploration with the daredevil members of Backbone, the best UrbEx team in San Francisco.

When they discover a secret bunker belonging to the long-vanished 1930s stage magician Blackhall the Incredible at the same time a young illusionist receives a mysterious package involving Blackhall's death in 1934, both groups dive into the mystery, not yet realizing it's about the change their lives forever. 'A gorgeous comic with atmosphere to spare, reading The Last Broadcast feels like trespassing in all the right ways.' - Multiversity Comics