Misty vol 2



The next collection from the hugely influential girls horror comic `Misty'. Following up our hit first volume of the `horror comic for girls' with another collection of two stories: The Sentinels and End of The Line. Misty was a revolutionary concept by 2000 AD's creator Pat Mills in 1978 and left its mark on a whole generation of young women. The two identical tower blocks, known as `The Sentinels' to the locals, stand tall over the town of Birdwood - but only one is occupied while the other remains mysteriously empty. When Jan Richards' family lose their home they decide to hide out in the abandoned block so they can stay together, only to be sent into a parallel world where the Nazis conquered Britain in 1940... In End of the Line, Ann's father was one of a group of engineers believed to have been killed whilst working on an extension to the London Underground but when she and her mother are invited to the opening of the new train tunnel, Ann discovers a mysterious time portal through which several workers are being kept as slaves by an evil Victorian called Lord Vicary. * Never before collected this is the comic that readers have been calling for for years. It was a big influence on many including Kick-Ass, Kingsman and Woman in Black screenwriter Jane Goldman. * This stand-alone collection contains the entire run of Misty's two most popular strips * A forgotten chiller from the heady days of ground-breaking British comics. * From the new Treasury of British Comics list from Rebellion, highlighting classic British comics. * Previous titles: The Ballad of Halo Jones 9781781084526; Misty 9781781084533

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