|Hell-Makers, the (2005) [Graphic Novel]|
by Peter O'Donnell
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Series: Modesty Blaise Newspaper Strip
(From the publisher):
The dark underworld of espionage and crime is lit up by the fatal charms of the gorgeous Modesty Blaise - high priestess of pulp crime and goddess of cult thrillers!
When Modesty's partner and friend, Willie Garvin, is kidnapped and drugged to the point of madness by a mysterious organisation, she must use all her wits to save him - and his sanity! Also in this book are Take-Over and The Warlords of Phoenix, the latter of which marks the beginning of Enric Badia Romero's work on the strip. Plus, an introduction by acclaimed crime novelist Max Allan Collins, a gallery of rare Jim Holdaway artwork, and the first part of a hugely detailed interview with Modesty creator Peter O'Donnell.
- The Hell-Makers from 1969
- Take-Over from 1969/70
- The Warlords of Phoenix from 1970
All artwork by Jim Holdaway and Enric Badia Romero
Includes introduction by Max Allan Collins, an article by Peter O'Donnell on the the changeover in artists and an interview with Peter O'Donnell by Nick Landau & Richard Burton.
Original title: The Hell-Makers
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Women