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Everlast: A Graphic Novelby Chad Michael Murray
Synopses & Reviews
Cover by Scott Keating A pre-apocalyptic tale, Everlast follows Derek Everlast, a man whose destiny in life is guiding others to a place of rebirth for mankind called Haven. Following an instinct called the Nudge, bestowed on him by a higher power, Derek is guided to the next chosen human destined to survive, a little girl named Melissa. In a harrowing adventure, he must deliver her safely to Haven before the End of Days. Everlast tells a story of choice, love, friendship, and, most of all, survival. Will you be chosen?
In every city in America there's always that strange man on the street corner shouting out that the end of the world is coming, and only those pure in heart and in their love of God can survive the coming apocalypse. But what if that man was actually right, and he was the only person who could save us from destroying ourselves? Derek Everlast is that man, and one of the few people who can ferry others to a place called Haven, the one place of safety from the end of the world.
About the Author
Chad Michael Murray: Chad Michael Murray is an actor, former fashion model and spokesperson. Murray is well-known for portraying Lucas Scott in The CW young adult drama series One Tree Hill, in addition to the commercially successful films A Cinderella Story and House of Wax.
Danijel Zezelj: Danijel Zezelj studied classical painting, sculpting and printing at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Croatia. His comics and illustrations have been published by DC Comics/Vertigo, Marvel Comics, The NY Times Book Review, Harper's Magazine, San Francisco Guardian and others.
Robbi Rodriguez: Robbi Rodriguez debuted in 2005 with Image Comic's Hero Camp and later worked on other Image titles, including Night Club, 24seven vol.2 and Hazed. His current work includes Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen and the Harvey Award-nominated series Maintenance.
Trevor Hairsine: Trevor Hairsine began his professional career working for Judge Dredd Megazine, and at 2000AD working on their flagship series Judge Dredd. He worked on the first three issues of Cla$$war and went on to provide the art for Captain America.
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