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At last, the long-lost Authority series is being completed! Plotted by Grant Morrison and Keith Giffen and scripted by Giffen, this 12-issue, monthly maxiseries will fill in the gaps and explain where The Authority was just before "World's End," how they escaped from a horrifying alternate reality, and at what cost. With art by Darick Robertson (TRANSMETROPOLITAN, The Boys) and Trevor Scott (THE OUTSIDERS, BATGIRL), and covers by superstar Gene Ha (TOP10), this long awaited adventure is not to be missed.

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  (No Spoilers) Here we go, finally delving back into the story started by Grant Morrison and Gene Ha 3 years ago.   Keith Giffen takes over writing chores and Darick Robertson doing the art.   Evident from the first page is Giffen’s writing style which of course differs greatly from Morrison’s.   But let me preface this is not a bad thing in the slightest.   In fact, people who were turned off by Morrison’s slow pace in the first two issues get a good dose of faster-paced story-telling here....

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The Authority: The Lost Year #3 0

The Authority: The Lost Year #3 Story by: Grant Morrison and Keith Giffen Written by: Keith Giffen Art by: Darick Robertson and Trevor Scott  There are few artists that can capture the fluidity of movement and still maintain a gritty style; Darick Robertson however does exactly that. The first four pages exemplify his personal artistic style to perfection. If you have not and are not planning on picking up the two previous issues of The Autho...

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