Strangers 2: Of Blood and Fire

STRANGERS 2: OF BLOOD AND FIRE stories by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Mariano De La Torre, Anthony Dugenest, Alfredo Macall, Pierre Minne, Fernando Pasarin; cover by Pierre Minne.

- Foreword 
- Of Endings and Beginnings: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Fernando Pasarin,
- The Judgment of Alpha: story by Jean-Marc  Lofficier; art by  Pierre Minne & Anthony Dugenest,
- Of Blood and Fire: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Alfredo Macall,
- Jaydee vs Hunter: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Mariano De La Torre,
- Virgin or Demon?: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Pierre Minne & Anthony Dugenest,
- The Wrath of Azaka Thunder: story by Jean-Marc Lofficier; art by Alfredo Macall,

HOMICRON, a NASA scientist whose body is inhabited by a mysterious alien from planet Alpha.

STARLOCK, the former servant of supremely powerful cosmic entities who has managed to escape from his Martian prison and is hiding on Earth.

FUTURA, ,a mysterious woman from a parallel dimension.

JALEB, the secretive agent of a Galactic Federation of telepaths.

JAYDEE, a teenage, alien metamorph, abandoned on Earth as a baby, and who may well be the deadliest killing machine in the universe...

These characters, all “strangers” to Earth, are brought together by TANKA, a former jungle lord who has been recruited by entities from our planet’s farthest future to be their “time agent” and is now empowered to protect our world from extra-terrestrial menaces.

In this first volume of the second season, from Paris to New Orleans, Jaleb and Futura search for Wathan, the secret agent of the Great Mind who seeks to plunge Earth into total chaos. Meanwhile, Homicron faces the judgment of her own race on Alpha and Tanka and Jaydee face another Salamandrite on the island of Haiti. 

Special guest-stars: PHENIX! HUNTER! THE DARK FLYER!! Introducing: CODENAME: GLORY!

Strangers takes place entirely in the over 60-year-old fictional universe of Editions Lug, now Hexagon Comics, one of France’s oldest comics publishers which, from the 1950s to the 1980s, published nearly 300 popular comics starring numerous characters in genres as varied as superheroes, westerns, science-fiction, horror, heroic fantasy, jungle action, war, and historical swashbucklers.

7x10 tpb, 160 p. color
ISBN-13: 978-1-61227-800-1 - US$34.95 / GBP 22.99