9781787738447

Blade Runner 2039

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  • ISBN13:

    9781787738447

  • ISBN10:

    1787738442

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2023-08-22
  • Publisher: Titan Comics
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Summary

The officially sanctioned, critically-acclaimed, graphic novel. Written by the New York Times Bestselling author Mike Johnson, writer of Star Trek, Supergirl, Transformers and Green Lantern. The original creative team returns for this new chapter.

This first volume marks the start of the final chapter in the saga of Ash.


Los Angeles 2039. It has been three years since Niander Wallace introduced his brand of ‘perfectly obedient’ Replicants, and the ban on synthetic humans has been lifted, at least for the new Wallace models―the older Tyrell Corp’s Nexus 8 units are still hunted by Blade Runners.

Cleo Selwyn, first seen as a small child in Blade Runner 2019, has returned to L.A. some twenty years later, searching for Isobel, a Replicant copy of her real mother who died when she was three. Cleo believes that Niander Wallace is holding Isobel captive, and the only person she can call on for help is the one who saved her so many years ago: Aahna ‘Ash’ Ashina, now an aging and disgraced ex-Blade Runner.

Author Biography

Mike Johnson is a prolific comic book writer with credits writing Titans, Superman, Batman, Star Trek: Nero and Star Trek: The Official Motion. He is the ongoing writer of the IDW Star Trek series, as well as comic book tie-ins to Fringe, Transformers.

Andres Guinaldo originally studied movie making (direction) at Madrid University before making the move into comics. His first professional work was drawing Joe R. Landsdale’s The Drive-In and By Bizarre Hands. He followed those with Pistolfist: Revolutionary Warrior, and other books such as Helios: Under the Gun, Purity, and Cartoonapalooza. In 2010, Guinaldo started regularly penciling Son of Hulk and drew issue #5 of Dark Reign: Hawkeye. He followed this with Gotham City Sirens #14-17, Joker’s Asylum: The Riddler, Namor: The First Mutant #4, Red Lanterns #8, Resurrection Man #9, Nightwing #11-14, Hypernaturals and Justice League Dark. In recent years he’s worked on titles as diverse as Ninjak and Captain America: Steve Rogers. He currently resides in Segovia, the city where he was born.

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