[Read] ➳ The Complete Caballistics Inc. Author Gordon Rennie – Sioril.co.uk

[Read] ➳ The Complete Caballistics Inc.  Author Gordon Rennie – Sioril.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Complete Caballistics Inc.
  • Gordon Rennie
  • 24 July 2018
  • 9781781086957

The Complete Caballistics Inc. The Complete Collection Of The Cult Horror Classic Graphic Novel From The Pages Of 2000 ADDuring The Second World War A Department Was Formed Within The Ministry Of Defence To Combat Nazi Occult Warfare In The 21st Century, However, It Has Long Outlived Its Usefulness And Its Funding Is Scrapped Enter Reclusive Millionaire Rock Star Ethan Kostabi, Who Has Brought Up Its Employees And, Together With A Handful Of Freelance Ghosthunters, Constructed A Brand New Outfit Caballistics, Inc But The Forces Of The Supernatural Are Not The Only Enemies That This Disparate Group Have To Tackle, For Within The Heart Of Caballistics, Inc Are Dangerous Secrets That Threaten To Tear The Organisation Apart


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10 thoughts on “The Complete Caballistics Inc.

  1. says:

    A very amusing read, that is formed upon the spectacle of British Occultists, and the interests of a powerful and wealthy rock star.He puts together a group of employees with extraordinary abilities All of...

  2. says:

    And so, with a bit of a whimper, eight years after the last installment, ends one of the best 2000AD strips to begin after 2000 AD Inspired by the classic set up of a mismatched team of oddball experts investigating the paranormal, it fed that through a very 21st century filter they get privatised, and the new money has a rather questionable agenda before really starting to crank the handle Like The Shield, which began around the same time, it was always operating in a Sadeian world, keen to remind us of the misfortunes of virtue and the triumph of vice the good guys would generally snatch something approximating a win, but only at a price, and with the most conventionally sympathetic characters the ones most likely to pay that price It was my favourite ever writing from Rennie, of whom I normally think as competent but workmanlike, though obviously much of the appeal lay in Reardon s art, which did a wonderful job of bring...

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