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Diablo; Micheals, Mark

ISBN 10: 0977016455 / ISBN 13: 9780977016457
Published by Diablo Productions, 2008
Condition: Good + Soft cover
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Illustrated wrappers display minimal wear, corners neat. Book body clean and tight, heavily illustrated throughout. Signed by Diablo Micheals and inscribed on the title page. Signed by One Author. Bookseller Inventory # 46493

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Publisher: Diablo Productions

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Good +

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: Firts Thus

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Enter a world of pure terror in one of the most anticipated Graphic Novels of the year!! When a foolish antique collector reads the inscription on the back of an ancient Chinese amulet, she unleashes the ultimate evil. The Unwanted follows the heart-pounding saga of a group of streetwise teens trapped inside an inescapable juvenile detention facility, facing a relentless evil that will stop at nothing to consume them. And their souls... Beautifully illustrated by reknown international horror artist Juan Romera, The Unwanted is already being hailed by reviewers as the next horror classic.

About the Author:

Scott Marcano, aka Mister Diablo was inspired to write The Unwanted while working as an inner city substitute teacher in South Central, Los Angeles. I developed the horror material working as an inner city school teacher. The horror story (which is about a demon that hunts down unwanted kids) originated when Scott (Mister Diablo) was given an extremely difficult group of teens who became the basis for the characters in the graphic novel. Telling them the story and later showing them samples of the graphic novel helped turned the entire class around. Scott was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, but emigrated to the United States at a young age. The son of a Trinidadian father and a Danish mother, Scott grew up in a multi-cultural household in Los Angeles, California. Storytelling and filmmaking were always keen interests of Scott s and he completed his undergraduate film degree at the world-renowned New York University Tisch School of the Arts, graduated with honors, and was named a Founders Award recipient for his outstanding academic work. After NYU, Scott attended the Graduate Film Program at the University of Southern California where he focused on professional motion picture directing and writing. Scott left USC after selling his first screenplay Bio-Dome to MGM. The comedy starring Pauly Shore and Steven Baldwin went on to cult success and continues to be a perennial television favorite. Recently, Scott completed his directorial debut, the award winning romantic comedy The Journey that has screened at numerous international film festivals including the prestigious Lake Dance and White Sands International Film Festivals. Although The Journey is his feature film debut, Scott has directed several music videos, shorts as well as the 2006 Multi-Cultural Prism Awards. Scott has also authored the fantasy epic novel The People of the Sea also available on and is currently developing another graphic novel, the science fiction epic Hum.

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