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All You Need Is Kill: Official Graphic Novel Adaptation Vol. 1: All You Need Is Kill (Graphic Novel)

All You Need Is Kill: Official Graphic Novel Adaptation Volume 1

All You Need Is Kill (Graphic Novel)
When the alien Mimics invade, soldier Keiji Kiriya is killed, easily, on the battlefield. But he wakes up the previous morning as if nothing happened and must fight the battle again…and again…and again. Teamed up with the mysterious female fighter known as the Full Metal Bitch, Keiji must figure out how to stop the cycle—and what role his new and deadly ally plays in the fight to save Earth. Author Nick Mamatas (Bullettime, Love Is the Law) and artist Lee Ferguson (Miranda Mercury, Green Arrow/Black Canary) give Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s mind-bending alien invasion tale a bold new look in the offcial comic adaptation of the original novel. Now a major motion picture starring Tom Cruise!
Adapted by Nick Mamatas Art by Lee Ferguson Created by Hiroshi Sakurazaka
95 Pages
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All You Need Is Kill: Official Graphic Novel Adaptation Vol. 1: All You Need Is Kill (Graphic Novel)

All You Need Is Kill (Graphic Novel)

All You Need Is Kill: Official Graphic Novel Adaptation Vol. 1

When the alien Mimics invade, soldier Keiji Kiriya is killed, easily, on the battlefield. But he wakes up the previous morning as if nothing happened and must fight the battle again…and again…and again. Teamed up with the mysterious female fighter known as the Full Metal Bitch, Keiji must figure out how to stop the cycle—and what role his new and deadly ally plays in the fight to save Earth. Author Nick Mamatas (Bullettime, Love Is the Law) and artist Lee Ferguson (Miranda Mercury, Green Arrow/Black Canary) give Hiroshi Sakurazaka’s mind-bending alien invasion tale a bold new look in the offcial comic adaptation of the original novel. Now a major motion picture starring Tom Cruise!
95 Pages
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