Echo #15 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBZ | Abstract Studio | Sep 23 2009 | 23 Pages | 12.9 MB
+ Echo #1-14 Complete
Echo is an American comic book independently-published by writer-artist Terry Moore under his Abstract Studio imprint. The first issue was released on March 5, 2008. Echo's story revolves around Julie, a young photographer who inadvertently comes into contact with the metallic remnants of a high-tech battle suit that exploded on field testing. The only thing, though, is that the metal fragments have adhered to, and is covering, her body. Moore himself says the premise of Echo is a woman living in today's America who is dealing with a sudden unbelievable change to her daily life. The issues open with different quotes: Issues 1-5 & 14 open each time with a different quote from Albert Einstein; Issues 6-10 open with different quotes from J. Robert Oppenheimer; Issue 11 opens with The Biwabik Sum by Ed Oberg and Jay A. Johnson; Issue 12 opens with a quote from Stephen Hawking; Issue #13 opens with a quote by Stanley Baldwin; and this issue opens with a quote by Jazz tenor sax legend Dexter Gordon.
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