The American is faced with a final choice: He can defeat and arrest his new foe, or he can join the young man with powers as incendiary as his agenda and fight for civil justice. What if choosing law and order means perpetuating decades of oppression?
The American has discovered there is a new superhuman on the scene, and the young man is none too happy to be confronted by a costumed hero, especially not one he thinks is a government stooge.
Jason is pushed to balance his allegiances and assess his priorities as he tracks Missy’s superhuman assailant and federal authorities hone in on Amber’s cell.
Original illustrations in this volume celebrate the cult-classic television series Firefly and continued in the film Serenity.
Jason’s actions against Black Power groups have gotten him noticed by the dark side of the government agencies that once controlled the superhero program.
This oversized omnibus edition is one of two volumes that will contain the entirety of Season 8.
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The sequel to the hit comics series continues, crafted by writer John Ridley (TV’s American Crime and Guerrilla).
Hardcover collecting Serenity: No Power in The ‘Verse issues 1-6 is here.
The great escape is underway as Buffy, Faith, and Willow infiltrate headquarters at the Safe Zone.