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A gritty and bright fantasy spy thriller starring a suicidal hero who just can't die.
Full of color and violence, this mystery stars a depressed hero with an indestructible body and a forgotten past. When the U.S. Government runs up against situations too strange for them to handle alone they only have one asset to call—Pitor Wyrd. Whatever mission needs doing, whatever mystery needs solving, the roguishly handsome Wyrd acts as a one-man black ops team. With each mission, Pitor is brought closer to his mysterious past, each step pointing to the true ramifications of the Nazi's experiments with the occult during the end of World War II.
From Curt Pires, the writer of The Tomorrows, The Forevers, and Pop, with art by Antonio Fuso, the artist of Survival Fetish, G. I. Joe: Cobra, and James Bond.
Collects Wyrd #1-4

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Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 17, 2020

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781506709185
  • Release date: March 17, 2020

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OverDrive Read
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English

A gritty and bright fantasy spy thriller starring a suicidal hero who just can't die.
Full of color and violence, this mystery stars a depressed hero with an indestructible body and a forgotten past. When the U.S. Government runs up against situations too strange for them to handle alone they only have one asset to call—Pitor Wyrd. Whatever mission needs doing, whatever mystery needs solving, the roguishly handsome Wyrd acts as a one-man black ops team. With each mission, Pitor is brought closer to his mysterious past, each step pointing to the true ramifications of the Nazi's experiments with the occult during the end of World War II.
From Curt Pires, the writer of The Tomorrows, The Forevers, and Pop, with art by Antonio Fuso, the artist of Survival Fetish, G. I. Joe: Cobra, and James Bond.
Collects Wyrd #1-4

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