San Francisco, the twentieth century: In 1939, a private detective searches for a missing heiress. In 1969, twin brothers approach a drug heist from opposite sides of the law. And in 1999, a woman slowly comes to realize the terrible danger she faces in her own home.
Displaced Persons - Derek McCulloch
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 7:00pm
Green Apple Books is proud to celebrate the new graphic novel from Image Comics, Displaced Persons by Derek McCulloch, illustrated by Anthony Peruzzo on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 7pm in our Granny Smith Room.
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San Francisco, the twentieth century: In 1939, a private detective searches for a missing heiress. In 1969, twin brothers approach a drug heist from opposite sides of the law. And in 1999, a woman slowly comes to realize the terrible danger she faces in her own home. From the Eisner-nominated writer DEREK McCULLOCH (STAGGER LEE, Gone To Amerikay) and artist ANTHONY PERUZZO comes DISPLACED PERSONS, a riveting tale of murder, love, crime, friendship, betrayal, and just the slightest bit of time travel.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Derek McCulloch's first graphic novel, Stagger Lee (with Shepherd Hendrix), was nominated for the Eisner and Eagle Awards and received four Glyph Comics Awards, including Best Writer and Story of the Year. His most recent graphic novel, Gone to Amerikay (with Colleen Doran) was selected for inclusion in The Best American Comics 2013. His other books include Pug (with Greg Espinoza) and the children's book T. Runt! (with Jimmie Robinson). He lives in San Francisco.
Anthony Peruzzo has been creating comic art since 2005. HIs work has been published online and in print by Image Comics, Desperado, Ape Entertainment, Black Box TV, and DC Comics. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas, where he studied printmaking and drawing. Currently he lives in Minnesota with his wife and dog.
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Published: Image Comics - August 26th, 2014