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Product NameThe Sleeper Omnibus
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AuthorEd Brubaker
Page Count720
Long DescriptionSLEEPER is the critically acclaimed graphic novel series written Ed Brubaker and illustrated by Sean Philips, the Eisner Award-winning creative team of Criminal, which tells the story of agent Holden Carver, a reluctant double agent without hope of rescue. Tao--the criminal mastermind whose organization Carver has infultraited--had Carver's only lifeline, spymaster John Lynch shot, leaving him in a coma. Tao's cut off every means of escape, and he's persuaded Carver to join him...for real this time.
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