Glory is something that comes with victory. Living up to the name takes quite a feat, as you don't often hear of history's losers proclaiming glory for their loss. That's why Glory as a character is quite accomplished and the half-Amazon, half-demon gets a hardcover graphic novel in April from Image Comics called Glory: The Complete Saga, by Joe Keaton and Ross Campbell.
After her heroics in World War II, she became a symbol of hope and justice, inspiring old and young around the world. And then she disappeared. The book tells the complete story of a young woman’s quest to find Glory and bring her back into a world that needs her. But what Riley doesn’t anticipate is that the global conspiracy that has kept Glory hidden for decades could make Glory’s re-emergence more dangerous than anything else the world has known.
Created in 1995 by one of the Image Comics founders, Rob Liefeld, Glory received a contemporary reimagining in 2012 with a new comic book series that ran for twelve issues. Those issues are now being collected into Glory: The Complete Saga, a 352-page hardcover tome due in comic book stores on April 23 and bookstores on May 6. The deluxe oversized edition includes never-before-seen sketches, scripts, commentary, interviews, and a stunning wraparound cover with art by Campbell.
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