Brian Wood explores dramatic landscapes from every angle. We’ve seen it time and time again in such titles as DMZ and Northlanders, both bestsellers that were instant hits with fans and critics alike. While his stories are deeply personal, he meticulously builds the environment with rich geographic, political, and cultural layers. It’s no wonder that we’re drawn helplessly (and ultimately, with much gratitude) into the worlds that he creates. But what happens when Wood decides instead to destroy a world?
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