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In this graphic novel from the co-creator/showrunner of AMC's acclaimed show Halt and Catch Fire, a disturbed 15-year-old girl obsessively searches for the truth behind a mysterious flying woman who explodes in the sky one day. Over the course of 51 days in Chicago, an unknown woman appears publicly 11 times, flying at speeds of 120 miles per hour and at heights reaching 2,000 feet. Then she suddenly dies in a fiery explosion mid-air. No one knows who she was, how she flew, or why. A disturbed 15-year-old girl named Luna becomes obsessed with learning everything about her, even as rumors and conspiracy theories roil. As Luna comes closer to the truth--all while defense contractors, government investigators, and foreign sources creep around the fringes--she hopes that cracking the secrets of the Flying Woman's inner life will somehow lead to liberation from her own troubled mind. "...a frightening yet commanding series that you can't help but be transfixed over."-Geek.com "Devastating and wonderful."--Bleeding Cool "Full of unexpected pleasures...masterful, joyful, poignant... A must-read"-G. Willow Wilson (Wonder Woman, Ms. Marvel) "She Could Fly is a modern-day masterpiece...It's heartbreakingly beautiful and honest to its core."-Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) "She Could Fly is one of the best comic book debuts I've ever read. It's everything I want from a comic."-Gerry Duggan (Deadpool, Analog)

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She Could Fly

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In this graphic novel from the co-creator/showrunner of AMC's acclaimed show Halt and Catch Fire, a disturbed 15-year-old girl obsessively searches for the truth behind a mysterious flying woman who explodes in the sky one day. Over the course of 51 days in Chicago, an unknown woman appears publicly 11 times, flying at speeds of 120 miles per hour and at heights reaching 2,000 feet. Then she suddenly dies in a fiery explosion mid-air. No one knows who she was, how she flew, or why. A disturbed 15-year-old girl named Luna becomes obsessed with learning everything about her, even as rumors and conspiracy theories roil. As Luna comes closer to the truth--all while defense contractors, government investigators, and foreign sources creep around the fringes--she hopes that cracking the secrets of the Flying Woman's inner life will somehow lead to liberation from her own troubled mind. "...a frightening yet commanding series that you can't help but be transfixed over."-Geek.com "Devastating and wonderful."--Bleeding Cool "Full of unexpected pleasures...masterful, joyful, poignant... A must-read"-G. Willow Wilson (Wonder Woman, Ms. Marvel) "She Could Fly is a modern-day masterpiece...It's heartbreakingly beautiful and honest to its core."-Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) "She Could Fly is one of the best comic book debuts I've ever read. It's everything I want from a comic."-Gerry Duggan (Deadpool, Analog)

She Could Fly Volume 2: The Lost Pilot

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Luna has crash-landed back into her life after spending a year in a mental institution... but that might just mean she's closer to the edge than she's ever been before.After discovering clues about the Flying Woman's missing family, Luna's obsession reignites, threatening to again unravel her fragile mind. Meanwhile, a mysterious guru appears in the sewers of Chicago and a Russian mercenary seeks old secret technology, and the specter of violence begins to loom over everyone once more. Luna begins to wonder...will she even survive long enough to go insane? Collects She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #1-#5. Acclaim forShe Could Fly Volume 1: "Full of unexpected pleasures...masterful, joyful, poignant...A must-read" -G. Willow Wilson (Wonder Woman, Ms. Marvel) "She Could Fly is a modern-day masterpiece...It's heartbreakingly beautiful and honest to its core." - Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) "She Could Fly is one of the best comic book debuts I've ever read. It's everything I want from a comic." - Gerry Duggan (Deadpool, Analog) "An intriguing premise, great dialogue and very tasty art combine to make She Could Fly something special." - Garth Ennis(Preacher)

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