» The Complete Bad Company || ✓ PDF Read by Ø Peter Milligan Brett Ewins Steve Dillon John McCarthy

By Peter Milligan Brett Ewins Steve Dillon John McCarthy | Comments: ( 632 ) | Date: ( Sep 22, 2019 )

Danny Franks knew that the war against the Krool would be hell They kill without compassion, taking prisoners for torture and experimentation their armies are infinite their weapons are horrifying But Danny had no idea that the real horrors would be his comrades he s in Bad Company Danny Franks knew that the war against the Krool would be hell They kill without compDanny Franks knew that the war against the Krool would be hell They kill without compassion, taking prisoners for torture and experimentation their armies are infinite their weapons are horrifying But Danny had no idea that the real horrors would be his comrades he s in Bad Company Danny Franks knew that the war against the Krool would be hell They kill without compassion, taking prisoners for torture and experimentation their armies are infinite their weapons are horrifying But Danny had no idea that the real horrors would be his comrades he s in Bad Company


  • Title: The Complete Bad Company
  • Author: Peter Milligan Brett Ewins Steve Dillon John McCarthy
  • ISBN: 9781907519468
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Peter Milligan Brett Ewins Steve Dillon John McCarthy

Peter Milligan is a British writer, best known for his work on X Force X Statix, the X Men, the Vertigo series Human Target He is also a scriptwriter.He has been writing comics for some time and he has somewhat of a reputation for writing material that is highly outlandish, bizarre and or absurd.His highest profile projects to date include a run on X Men, and his X Force revamp that relaunched as X Statix.Many of Milligan s best works have been from DC Vertigo These include The Extremist 4 issues with artist Ted McKeever The Minx 8 issues with artist Sean Phillips Face Prestige one shot with artist Duncan Fegredo The Eaters Prestige one shot with artist Dean Ormston Vertigo Pop London 4 issues with artist Philip Bond Enigma 8 issues with artist Duncan Fegredo and Girl 3 issues with artist Duncan Fegredo.Series Human Target Greek Street X Force X Statix



Comments The Complete Bad Company

  • Matthew Brady

    Took me a long time, but I finally finished this thing. Classic 2000AD sci-fi/war comics by Peter Milligan and Brett Ewins, with lots of weird stuff and psychology going on. It's better in the early strips, with a few too many trips back to the well, but it's still good reading if you're into that sort of thing. Luckily, I am.


  • Joe Young

    Peter Milligan - writerBrett Ewins - artistJim McCarthy - artistSteve Dillon - artistIn the far future, mankind is embroiled in a bitter, intractable war with an alien race known as the Krool. The war is being fought on the planet Ararat, a key world for either side thanks to it's strategic function as a staging ground either to Earth or the Krool homeworld. The story of "Bad Company" is told through the diary entries of Danny Franks, a literary-minded young man from Earth who joined the fight a [...]


  • Lanie

    This collection contains the following stories from the comic 2000AD. Bad Company (Progs 500-519)Bad Company 2 The Bewilderness (Progs 548-557) Bad Company 3 The Krool Heart (Progs 576-585)Young Men Marching (Annual 1989)Simply (Prog 601)Kano (Progs 828-837)Down Among The Dead (Prog 2001 yearbook) Bad Company 2002 (Progs 1273-1277)B.A.D Company (original pilot for the series when it was conceived as part of the Dredd universe, eventually published in The Megazine) It does not contain the text st [...]


  • Μιχάλης

    Penned by Peter Mulligan, this is a true brit military sci-fi tour de force. The first story was a delightful mix of grittiness and the straight-faced satire of 2000AD. A great story about a band of misfits fighting a war behind enemy lines. Of cruel aliens known as the Krool.The other "serials" continue the mythos of Kano and his Bad Company, creating an intriguing mythos and an expanded universe, but slightly fail to get the grittiness of the original serial.A good read indeed


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