Bermuda #1 (Of 4) Cvr A Bradshaw
(W) John Layman (A/CA) Nick Bradshaw. Presenting a fantastic new adventure by New York Times best selling and multiple-Eisner award winning writer John Layman (Chew* Detective) and eye-popping* mind-blowing art by Nick Bradshaw (Spider-Man* Wolverine). There's a region in the Atlantic Ocean where planes disappear* ships are lost* and traveling souls go missing... never to be heard from again. And there's an island within this place* mysterious and uncharted* untouched by time and civilization* where all who are lost end up-human or other! Bermuda lives here. She's 16* scrappy* and living on this insane and wondrous jungle island-fighting at every turn to survive-is the only life she has ever known. She can handle the dinosaurs* the pirates* the crazed soldiers* dark magicians* and strange monsters. But the weird new kid who washes ashore just may be the biggest challenge Bermuda has ever faced-as he drags her along on a perilous rescue mission she wants no part of... and he's likely to be the death of both of them!
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