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Orbiter [SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR]: Ellis, Warren; Colleen Doran; Dave Stewart; Clem Robins Orbiter [SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR]: Ellis, Warren; Colleen Doran; Dave Stewart; Clem Robins Orbiter [SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR]: Ellis, Warren; Colleen Doran; Dave Stewart; Clem Robins

Orbiter [SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR]

Ellis, Warren; Colleen Doran; Dave Stewart; Clem Robins

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ISBN 10: 1401200567 / ISBN 13: 9781401200565
Published by DC Comics, New York, 2003
Condition: vg Hardcover
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Sm. quarto. 100pp. Half pebbled cloth over blue-stamped paper-covered boards in original color illustrated dust jacket. Signed by C. Doran on free front endpaper: "Reach! Colleen Doran, 6-1/03." "Colleen and I have dedicated Orbiter in the names of the seven astronauts lost on Columbia. We also place it in the service of those who will go after, with equal courage and intelligence, to make us great. And more will go on. Because it's too important a thing to allow it to die in the sky. (Warren Ellis)." Illustrated with color comics. Tight copy in fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 26975

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Title: Orbiter [SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR]

Publisher: DC Comics, New York

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First edition.

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Synopsis:

When the space shuttle Venture returns to Earth after a ten year disappearance with all of its crew missing except for the catatonic pilot and with substantial changes to the ship, a team of three specialists must discover what happened.

About the Author:

Warren Ellis' prolific writing can be seen on such varied and acclaimed titles as X-Men, The Authority, Transmetropolitan, Lazarus Churchyard and the award-winning Planetary, and on the forthcoming Ministry of Space, Morning Dragons and Scars. Colleen Doran has illustrated Neil Gaiman's multi-award-winning Sandman series, and is writer and artist of A Distant Soil, a multiple award-winning series in its own right.

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