Sigil v. 3 by Mark Waid
The Lizard God

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Samandahl Rey was a loner, a wandering ex-soldier whose sense of responsibility extended only to himself and to his friend, Roiya Sintor – until the Sigil was forced upon him, a brand of vast power that changed his destiny forever. Now the first daughter of Delassia needs his protection, his worst enemy is about to ask for his help, and the entire Planetary Union is depending on Sam to free its citizens from the tyranny of the vile, lizardlike Saurian race. Sam’s about to find he had no idea what the word ‘responsibility’ meant. Finally, after hundreds of years, the interstellar war between the human race and the reptilian warriors known as the Saurians has come to a head. Humanity has launched a last-ditch offensive led by Samandahl Rey, a blue-collar soldier-of-fortune branded with the Sigil of Power, the universe`s greatest weapon. Victory is assured – until Rey suddenly finds himself mysteriously transported to another world. Now he must find his way back home – and fast – before the entire galaxy falls under Saurian rule.

About Mark Waid

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Mark Waid, Alabama native and current Los Angeles resident, has written stories for every major comic book publisher, and his seminal graphic novel, "Kingdom Come "for DC Comics, is one of the bestselling graphic novels of all time. For BOOM! Studios, he has written bestselling graphic novels "Potter's Field, Incorruptible", and the multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated "Irredeemable". Peter Krause is an American comic book artist. He is best known for his work on various DC Comics titles, most notably the Superman-related titles and "The Power of Shazam! "with Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family. Krause, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, currently works as a freelance illustrator in Minnesota.
Published September 18, 2002 by Cross Generation Comics. 160 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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