The Teknophage, a 65 million year old reptile, holds the keys to the universe. An immensely powerful being, Henry Phage has spent his lifetime as a conqueror, using his immense psychic powers and his ability to manipulate wormholes in order to take over planets across galaxies and feed upon the suffering of the denizens within, effectively making himself a god. From The Phage Building, located on the planet Kahlighoul, The Teknophage plots and plans the expansion of his intergalactic empire. However, when he turns his sights towards Kahlighoul's sister planet, Earth, the Teknophage encounters a source of resistance that he did not expect.
NEIL GAIMAN is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels ‘Neverwhere’ (1995), ‘Stardust’ (1999), the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning ‘American Gods’ (2001), ‘Anansi Boys’ (2005), and ‘Good Omens’ (with Terry Pratchett, 1990), as well as the short story collections ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ (1998) and ‘Fragile Things’ (2006).
RICK VEITCH is a renowned writer/artist best known for his collaborations with Alan Moore on "Miracleman" and DC Comics' "Swamp Thing" and his groundbreaking solo work on "Brat Pack" and "The Maximortal".
BRYAN TALBOT is an Eisner award winning writer/artist best known for his collaborations with Neil Gaiman on Sandman: "The Song of Orpheus" and his own pioneering graphic novels "The Adventures of Luther Arkwright" and "the Tale of One Bad Rat".