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For sale: Anarchy for the masses: Follow the apocalyptic exploits of The Invisibles: the most fashionable group of occultist subversives this side of the 21st century.

Time machine go

Cut to the year 2012. Ragged Robin, a telepathic witch from the future, travels home via time machine while her cool as f*** paramour, King Mob, takes on a pair of Japanese gangsters and visits the invisible college.

Sensitive criminals

Learn how and why King Mob was alive in 1924, the golden age of anarchy, and whether he can activate the Hand of Glory, a mysterious artifact with the power to hasten the apocalypse.

American death camp

The Invisible known as Boy sets off to locate her dead brother, last seen in a secret detention camp in the heart of America. But will the ex-Harlem cop race right into a trap set up by The Invisibles' ultraterrestrial archnemesis?

Created and written by award-winning, controversial writer Grant Morrison (JLA, ARKHAM ASYLUM) and illustrated by Phil Jimenez, John Strokes, Chris Weston, Michael Lark, Philip Bond and others with covers by Brian Bolland, THE INVISIBLES: COUNTING TO NONE collects issues 5 through 13 of the Invisibles Volume 2.

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The Beginning of the end.  Grant Morrison's master plan is starting to be visible at this point.  The count down to the end of the world has not began yet, but the party pieces are being set up.  Ragged Robin and Boy get more focus on in this book.  Time Travel as well is a major part to this book.  Grant Morrison really plays with us in this book.  Someone mentally is messed with and there is no way you could predict the end of this book.  Cheers  - Silkcuts...

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