Torpedo 1972 vol. 1 - About the Dead Sea
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Torpedo 1972 vol. 1 - About the Dead Sea

    New York, early 1970s. Luca Torelli, better known as Torpedo, is a totally amoral hitman whose best days are behind him. Broke, retired from the business, and suffering from Parkinson's disease, decadence and old age are beginning to take their toll on his life. But circumstances force him out of retirement when two journalists start asking too many questions, unleashing chaos…

    Technical Info

    Original Edition: Torpedo 1972 vol. 1: A propósito del Mar Muerto

    Pages and format: 64 pages. Color. 192 x 260

    Publication date: 01/01/2030


    Key Points
    • The return of one of Spanish comics’ great characters and an icon of the noir genre, 18 years after his previous adventure in Torpedo 1936
    • After Alex Toth and Jordi Bernet, excellence is maintained in the graphics department, with the Argentinian comic artist Eduardo Risso (100 bullets) as the new artist.
    • In 2015, Enrique Sánchez Abulí received the Comic Barcelona Grand Prize for his life’s work 
    • Eduardo Risso won 4 Eisner Awards for his work on 100 Bullets alongside screenwriter Brian Azzarello (Best Serialised Story in 2001, Best Regular Series in 2002 and 2004 and Best Cartoonist in 2002). He also won the 2002 and 2003 Harvey Awards in the Best Cartoonist category
    Rights Information

    Rights sold: English worldwide (Ablaze Publishing)

    Rights reserved: Germany, Italy

    Previously published in Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland and Serbia

    Original Edition: Torpedo 1972 vol. 1: A propósito del Mar Muerto

    Pages and format: 64 pages. Color. 192 x 260

    Publication date: 01/01/2030