PREVIEW: The Forever War TPB – Joe Haldeman’s Epic Sci-Fi Graphic Novel Adaptation

“If there was a Fort Knox for Science Fiction writers, we’d have to lock Joe Haldeman up.” – Stephen King

December 5 is a very special day for Sci-Fi fans! THE FOREVER WAR TPB – a stunning graphic novel adaptation of the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning 1974 novel by Joe Haldeman hits bookstores!

Adapted for comics by Joe Haldeman and Gay Haldeman, THE FOREVER WAR TPB is an epic Sci-Fi story of humanity, frailty, and the horror of war.
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Described by comic book critics as “brutal, beautiful, and utterly sublime. A master class in just how powerful the medium can be”, the graphic novel adaptation is beautifully realized in full color by the legendary artist Marvano.

Joe Haldeman is an ultimate household name in science fiction. A Vietnam veteran and Purple Heart recipient, since the original publication of The Forever War, Joe has maintained a continuous string of SF classics, and as a long-time Professor of Creative Writing at M.I.T., is widely acknowledged as a key mentor figure to many of this generation’s top SF stars.

“To say that The Forever War is the best science fiction war novel ever written is to damn it with faint praise. It is, for all its techno-extrapolative brilliance, as fine and woundingly genuine a war story as any I’ve read.” – William Gibson, author of Neuromancer, Spook Country

“Perhaps the most important war novel written since Vietnam . . . Haldeman, a veteran, is a flat-out visionary . . . and protagonist William Mandella’s attempt to survive and remain human in the face of an absurd almost endless war is harrowing hilarious heartbreaking and true. Simply extraordinary.” – Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

“Forever War is brilliant – one of the most influential war novels of our time” – Greg Bear, author of Moving Mars, Eon, The Forge of God

This epic graphic novel adaptation comes with a stunning cover by artist Steve Kurth (Iron Man Legacy) and hits bookstores on December 5, 2017.

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