Alien Legion by Chuck Dixon
On the Edge

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An all-new Titan Books series, created by Carl Potts (The Punisher) and written and drawn by a host of comics' superstars. Meet the Alien Legion - home to every creeping, slithering scumbag the Universe saw fit to dump in a uniform. And the worst of the worst? Force Nomad -hard-bitten warriors loyal only to each other... and certainly not to the Galarchy that sends them to die in unmarked graves, drenched in rainbow-hued shades of blood. In 'On the Edge', Force Nomad finds itself trapped on the event horizon of a black hole and up against a warlike species who see the various Nomads as one huge buffet! Features a new cover by comics greats Alan Davis and Mark Farmer!
 

About Chuck Dixon

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Action auteur Chuck Dixon (Doom, U.S. War Machine) is one of the hardest-working men in comics. He currently writes Robin, Nightwing and Birds of Prey for DC Comics.
 
Published March 1, 2004 by Titan Books. 144 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult. Fiction

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This graphic novel's title refers to an eclectic band of space beings from throughout the galaxy who have banded together as Force Nomad to complete all tasks assigned them by the Galarchy. The

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This graphic novel's title refers to an eclectic band of space beings from throughout the galaxy who have banded together as Force Nomad to complete all tasks assigned them by the Galarchy.

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This latest resurrection of a title that's too tough to die continues where last year's Alien Legion: Force Nomad left off.

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