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Ray Willis is a broken man, a disgraced medical examiner making ends meet by preparing corpses at a funeral parlor. His scientific genius is being wasted—that is, until his estranged criminal brother Denny shows up on his doorstep, supposedly cleaned up and proposing a once-in-a-lifetime partnership to cure not just cancer, but all disease. The catch? It exists within the DNA of superheroes. A dark exploration of superpowers in the tradition of IRREDEEMABLE and SLEEPER, writer Frank J. Barbiere (FIVE GHOSTS) and artist Victor Santos (POLAR) come together for a truly modern take on superheroes. This collected edition contains the entire critically-acclaimed miniseries.
Frank J. Barbiere is a writer from Brooklyn. He exploded onto the mainstream comics scene in 2013 with the indie hit FIVE GHOSTS (Image Comics) and in his short time in the industry has worked for BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Entertainment, Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, and Marvel Comics. Originally from New Jersey, he is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in English & Creative Writing, as well as a Master's in English Education.
Born in Valencia in 1977, Victor has written and illustrated a variety of comics in Spain and France, including Los Reyes Elfos, Pulp Heroes, Young Ronins, Lone in Heaven and Black Kaiser. In recent years he has begun his American adventures with Brian Azarello's Filthy Rich, one of the first titles of DC´s Vertigo Crime line, and James Patterson´s Witch & Wizard series written by Dara Naraghi and the Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters series written by Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh.