The Crow: Midnight Legends, Vol. 2: Flesh & Blood

The Crow: Midnight Legends, Vol. 2: Flesh & Blood

written by James Vance, 1953-; edited by Alonzo Simon, fl. 2012-2013 and Justin Eisinger, fl. 2011-2013; art by Alex Maleev, 1971- (San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing, 2012), 106 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
In the midst of a rural land-rights struggle, Iris Shaw is a federal conservation officer who is murdered in a bombing by a rag-tag band of right-wing activists. Little do her killers know that Iris wasn't their only victim, and now, with the help of the Crow, Iris must exact vengeance for her own death, and that of her unborn baby. Raised from her grave and armed with cold-blooded hatred and a few deadly weapons, Iris hunts down her killers one by one. But if exacting ultimate pain is the goal, when does vengeance cross the line to brutality? And what is the price of the soul?
Alex Maleev, 1971-
Field of Interest
James Vance, 1953-
Copyright Message
Copyright © 1996, 2012 James O’Barr (under exclusive license to Top Dollar Comics, Inc. and Crowvision Inc., exclusively licensed to IDW Publishing.) THE CROW TM and “The Crow”, the original motion picture Copyright © 1994 Crowvision Inc. Used with permission. All Rights Reserved.
Content Type
Comics feature
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Warning: Contains explicit content
Sub Genre
Crime, Fantasy, Action-Adventure
Page Count
Publication Year
IDW Publishing
Place Published / Released
San Diego, CA
Literature, Comics & Graphic Novels, Literature & Language, Fiction, Ficção, Ficción
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Ficção, Ficción

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