Published on April 8th, 2021 | by Richard Boom0
ADLER tour: Give-Away FREE Adler TPB
well… since the ADLER is on tour, Comicsforsinners has been persuaded by the amazing folks over at Titan Comics (man o man do they have a stunning catalogue of fun stuff!!) to do a proper freebie! Yes, folks! A give-away of sorts!!
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT: Just post a reply on the post on Facebook or Twitter (and re-post… duh!!) with a remark that will make me smile and I will contact TWO folks for a free copy of the ADLER in TPB-format, collecting the stunning 4-issue miniseries!
It’s the League of Extraordinary Gentlewomen, as Adler teams up with a host of famous female faces from science, history and literature to defeat the greatest criminal mastermind of all time!
1902. Wounded in the Boer War, Jane Eyre returns to a London transmogrified by emerging modernity. An old friend, the glamorous inventor Lady Havisham, introduces her to the American adventuress Irene Adler, and the two seek lodging together. But Adler is engaged in a brutal secret war against a mortal enemy of the British Empire: Ayesha, She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed, who seeks revenge against the colonisers who destroyed her country. And Jane, not unwilling, is swept up in the case.
Writer: Lavie Tidhar
Artist: Paul McCaffrey
Publisher: Titan Comics
Softcover, 56pp, $16.99, £13.99
On sale March 2021
About the Creators:
Lavie Tidhar is best known for his novels Osama (winner of the 2012 World Fantasy Award for Best Novel) and his trilogy The Bookman Histories, as well as many thrilling and award-winning short stories. Gorel & The Pot-Bellied God won him the British Fantasy Award for Best Novella in 2012.
Paul McCaffrey is an illustrator whose work has graced numerous publications, from magazines like Empire, NME and The Spectator, to educational materials from Collins, Heinemann, Macmillan and the Cambridge University Press. As a comics artist, his work has appeared in titles as various as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Zombies Versus Robots: Adventure, Violent! and DC’sMen of War. He has previously worked with Tidhar on the controversial ‘childrens’ book Going To The Moon.