INFINITY 8 vol. 3: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO EMMA, by Trondheim, Vehlmann, and Balez

INFINITY 8 vol. 3: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO EMMA, by Trondheim, Vehlmann, and Balez

$19.99 1999

Marshal Emma O'Mara is dedicated not only to capturing rogue criminals but promoting the peaceful teachings of the Tholmanist space-church. When the Infinity 8 cruise ship is stopped by the mysterious barricade of artifacts and debris, she uses her network of criminal underworld contacts to negotiate a plan to find a fabled apocryphal text. But as she well knows, there is no honor among thieves . . .

Marshal Emma O'Mara is dedicated not only to capturing rogue criminals but promoting the peaceful teachings of the Tholmanist space-church. When the Infinity 8 cruise ship is stopped by the mysterious barricade of artifacts and debris, she uses her network of criminal underworld contacts to negotiate a plan to find a fabled apocryphal text. But as she well knows, there is no honor among thieves . . .

The third arc in the eight-part space opera introduces Marshal Emma O'Mara, an independent peace officer who also dedicates her life to the teachings of the Tholmanist space-church. When the Infinity 8 cruise ship is stopped by the mysterious floating barricade of debris, she sees an opportunity to retrieve a fabled, sacred artifact and uses her network of contacts in the criminal mercenary underworld to negotiate a plan to find it. But when you gather mercenaries with different agendas, things rarely go your way . . . there is no honor among thieves. Mix in a deadly bodyguard robot locked on its last set of unclear commands and the stakes reach a real life-or-death level . . . Written by series co-creator Lewis Trondheim and award-winning writer Fabian Vehlmann (Beautiful Darkness, Last Days of an Immortal), and illustrated by celebrated artist Olivier Balez, this sci-fi treasure hunt pits antihero vs antihero vs logic-driven robot in a caper that could unveil a secret so big, the universe itself could teeter on the brink of chaos!

Written by: Lewis Trondheim and Fabien Vehlmann
Illustrated by: Olivier Balez

PAGES: 96 pages
FORMAT: hardcover with spotUV and curved corners
SIZE: 7.5" x 11"

March 5, 2019