Publisher: Wonjoolaai Studios
Binding: Soft cover
Format: 244 mm x 170 mm
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Forget what you know about comics, the notion of juvenile entertainment with heroes flying around in tights and capes saving the universe.
Well, playtime is over! This is real entertainment.
Project H is a graphic novel, a dynamic but underestimated format that is emerging internationally as a new way of telling exciting and different kinds of stories. With so many of the latest movies being based on mature graphic novels, such as Sin City and Wanted to name but two, this medium is finally getting the respect it deserves.
And now it's South Africa’s turn with the release of Project H, the country's first full-length, mystery thriller graphic novel. No juvenile stuff here. This is serious suspense that keeps you guessing just as if you’re watching a hit TV show like 24 or Prison Break or your favourite big-screen thriller ripped right off the screen and straight onto 188 heart-stopping pages.
There’s just no other way to describe it.
It took five years for the revolution called Project H to cure all the evils plaguing contemporary South Africa. But while eradicating all crime and poverty, Project H also eradicated one of society’s most important foundations: the belief in God.
However, unforeseen tragedy strikes when a police inspector’s wife is mysteriously murdered, the cop driven into a ruthless hunt for answers and retribution. But nothing can ever prepare him for the awful truth, something so devastating he'll be forced to make a gut-wrenching decision: whether or not to kill someone close to him.
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