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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-06-30
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

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Celebrate over twenty years of Carla Speed McNeil's Finder with this new color collection!

As Finder: Chase the Lady's complex heroine, Rachel Grosvenor doesn't have time to celebrate her recent Llaverac clan victories. Every win seems to have come with a price. Her new title comes with too many responsibilities, her new home comes with too many expenses, and the Ascians who seem to have adopted her also fill her house with complications. Her assistant is in love with her, she's about to lose everything if she doesn't marry up, and she finds herself possessed by an ancient Ascian spirit. Then Jaeger returns.

Collects all Finder: Chase the Lady chapters from Dark Horse Presents, as well as never-printed concluding chapters to finish the story, all DHP covers, and a bonus footnotes section.

Author Biography

In her own words: I'm Carla Speed McNeil, the author and artist of FINDER. I started working in comics since 1997, and have been working constantly since then. In addition to nine printed volumes of FINDER, I have drawn QUEEN & COUNTRY: OPERATION: STORMFRONT, written by Greg Rucka, published by Oni Press; adapted and drawn PENDRAGON: THE MERCHANT OF DEATH (based on the prose book by D. J. MacHale) for Simon & Schuster; drawn the short story HERE. IN MY HEAD (with writer Elizabeth Genco) to COMIC BOOK TATTOO from Image; drawn fan-favorite FRANK IRONWINE by Warren Ellis for Apparat/Avatar, and drawn two pages of TRANSMETROPOLITAN, also by Warren Ellis, for DC/Vertigo. More recently, I drew part of Alex De Campi's ASHES. I've been nominated eight times for an Eisner award and, what ho, won once! Won two Ignatz awards (way cool, they're bricks), and the Kim Yale New Talent award from Friends Of Lulu. New to the list of awards is the L. A Times Book Prize!

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