Hero 9 to 5: Quietus (英語) ペーパーバック – 2013/7/1
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Welcome back to a world where the rich can afford the best in super hero protection, but the poor have to get by with the heroic equivalent of third party, fire and theft. The 'Lone Knight' returns from the pages of Hero: 9 to 5, but how will The Loner and the finest men and women that publicly funded super hero protection can supply cope when a mysterious figure leaves a trail of unconnected corpses in his wake? How will a young hero deal with the loss of his mentor? And, more importantly, how will Thunder Woman get her groceries when she runs into Lash Lady at the store? In a world where being a super hero is just another job, what happens when there's nobody left alive to pay the bill? Quietus ' some men just want to watch the world die.
Ian Sharman is a writer and artist, working mainly in comic books, and living in the South East of England. He is the managing editor of Orang Utan Comics, editor in chief of Markosia, writer of Alpha Gods, Hero: 9-5, Hypergirl and The Intergalactic Adventures of Zakk Ridley, and has also done freelance inking and lettering work for the likes of AAM/Markosia, Slave Labour, Top Shelf, Image, Marvel/Panini and BBC Books.
DAVID GRAY (PhD University of New South Wales) is a Senior Lecturer in the Department Marketing and Management at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Prior to his academic career, David was the General Manager Marketing at Touche Ross & Co, and the National Marketing Manager at MGICA Ltd (a subsidiary of AMP), and held various marketing research roles in Citicorp Australia, BIS Shrapnel, CSR Ltd and KPMG.