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Nemo: Heart of Ice – Cover Revealed!

Kevin O’Neill is going to hand the last few pages in this week so we thought it was time to give you a little teaser…

It’s 1925, fifteen long years since Janni Dakkar first tried to escape the legacy of her science-pirate father, only to eventually take on his mantle and accept her destiny as the new Nemo; the next captain of the legendary Nautilus. A thirty year-old Pirate Jenny, tired of punishing the world with an unending spree of plunder and destruction, is resolved to finally step from her forebear’s lengthy shadow by attempting something at which he’d conspicuously failed, namely the exploration of Antarctica. In 1895 her father had returned from that ice-crusted continent without his reason or his crewmen, all of whom appeared to have mysteriously perished or to otherwise have disappeared. Now Captain Nemo’s daughter and successor plans to take her feared and celebrated black submersible back to the world’s South Pole in an attempt to lay her sire’s intimidating ghost forever.

There are others, though, who have become as tired of Janni’s freebooting as she herself. An influential publishing tycoon, embarrassed by the theft of valuables belonging to a visiting Ugandan monarch, sets a trio of America’s most lauded technological adventurers on the pirate queen’s trail, commencing a nightmarish chase across the frozen landscape with the pinnacles of the forbidding mountains where Prince Dakkar’s sanity had foundered growing ever nearer…

In a fast-paced, self-contained adventure, Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill thrillingly expand on one of Century’s most memorable characters, venturing into dazzling polar territories and fictional domains including those of Edgar Allen Poe and H. P. Lovecraft, with all of these vectors headed for an unforgettable encounter at the living, beating and appallingly inhuman HEART OF ICE.

Hardcover, 48 pages, £9.99.
Due February 2013


8 Responses to “Nemo: Heart of Ice – Cover Revealed!”

  1. [...] Gentlemen,” entitled “Nemo: Heart of Ice.”As revealed on the website for Gosh Comics in London, we now get a synopsis and the cover reveal for the upcoming book. Starring the daughter of the [...]

  2. G says:

    “An influential publishing tycoon”, Charles Foster Kane perhaps?

  3. [...] Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill continue the saga of Extra-Ordinary Gentlemen, with a solo performance by Captain Nemo. [...]

  4. Alec says:

    My guess is that the three technological adventurers would be Frank Reade Jr., Tom Swift, and Doc Savage. Just my guess.

  5. [...] toho, že podporuje Pakistánce a chce zničit svět atomovou bombou). Na stránkách londýnského Gosh!e předvedli oba mistři obálku chystaného [...]

  6. victor says:

    Debería Alan Moore hacer una aventura por acá, por México, en donde se encuentren con una liga de hombres extraordinarios Latinoamericanos. jaajajaj que serían: Pedro Páramo, Santa, Demetrio Macías, Artemio Cruz y el Zarco.

  7. amilwalrus says:

    Any signing at the store planned for this release ?

  8. [...] GOSH London): In a fast-paced, self-contained adventure, Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill will be expanding on [...]

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