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Halo: Tales from Slipspace (GN)
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Frank O'Connor John Jackson Miller
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Halo: Tales from Slipspace (GN)

Frank O'Connor John Jackson Miller Simon Roy Kody Chamberlain


9781506700724

DARK HORSE COMICS


Game Worlds » Halo;
Science Fiction » Aliens;
Science Fiction » Military;
Science Fiction » Sci-Fi Graphic Novel;
Media » Graphic Novel;
Game Worlds » Game World Graphic Novel


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96 pages

$34.99
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Suit up and deploy into the electrifying universe ofHalo with this original comics anthology from Dark Horse!

Praise forHalo- Escalation(previous Dark Horse comics series)- This series has been a must-read for all Halo fans. -Gaming Canon This comic is a successful comic book adaptation, not just a comic inspired by the games. -Adventures In Poor Taste Writer Duffy Boudreau seems to have a knack for writing stories that are fast paced and entertaining. -We The Nerdy

By:   Frank O'Connor, John Jackson Miller
Illustrated by:   Simon Roy, Kody Chamberlain, Various
Imprint:   DARK HORSE COMICS
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 265mm,  Width: 176mm,  Spine: 13mm
Weight:   544g
ISBN:   9781506700724
ISBN 10:   1506700721
Series:   Halo
Pages:   96
Publication Date:   November 2016
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Frank O'Connor, also known as Frankie, is the Franchise Development Director for the Halo franchise at 343 Industries. Previously, he has worked as the content manager for Bungie. O'Connor was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland. Growing up, Frankie was obsessed with games and played Pong, 2600, Intellivision, Vectrex, ColecoVision, Sinclair Spectrum, Atari 800, Commodore 64 and so on, up to and including the Xbox 360, as each was released.He was able to parlay his love of video games into a writing career that involved working at a number of video game magazines, including Ultimate Future Magazine, TOTAL! Nintendo Magazine, and Official Xbox Magazin e. He then was taken on by Bungie Studios as content manager for the Halo franchise.

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