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Cyclops (2010 Archaia) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 1

    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon 2054. Douglas Pistoia is desperately looking for work, but only a private military contracting firm, Multicorps Security, has offered him a job. Soon after he signs up, the UN decides to outsource its peacekeeping missions, and Multicorps wins the first bid, propelling Douglas into a war that is not his own-a highly sophisticated war broadcast worldwide by the soldiers themselves thanks to the micro-cameras in their helmets. They are called the Cyclops. Douglas plays the game, and slowly emerges as both a unit leader and a media celebrity, but how far will he go in exploring the boundaries between war and peacekeeping, news and entertainment? From the same creative team that brought you the Eisner Award-nominated crime noir The Killer comes this new look at war and the media in the near future! Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #2
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 2

    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon From the creators of the Eisner Award-nominated The Killer comes this look at the near future of war and the media. As Douglas Pistoia is drawn further into the nexus of celebrity and warfare, how far will he go to win a game that isn't a game? Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #3
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 3

    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon With tensions between Turkey and Iran barely abated, Douglas Pistoia and his unit of contractors are deployed again, this time to the border of Argentina and Chile, with the dangerous mission having all the makings of a ratings hit. But his media stardom makes his bosses nervous, and his fiancée must watch nervously at home as his mission is broadcast live on television! From the creators of the Eisner Award-nominated The Killer comes this look at the near future of war and the media. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #4
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 4

    (W) Matz (A/C) Luc Jacamon Despite the apparent success of his unit's mission deployed to the border of Argentina and Chile, Pistoia becomes increasingly disillusioned with the new nexus between armed conflict and television stardom, and in great secrecy he comes to terms with a reporter firmly opposed to the new war-show... From the creators of the Eisner Award-nominated The Killer comes this look at the near-future of war and the media. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #5A
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 5A

    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon 2054. Douglas Pistoia is desperately looking for work, but only a private military contracting firm, Multicorps Security, has offered him a job. Soon after he signs up, the UN decides to outsource its peacekeeping missions, and Multicorps wins the first bid, propelling Douglas into a war that is not his own-a highly sophisticated war broadcast worldwide by the soldiers themselves thanks to the micro-cameras in their helmets. They are called the Cyclops. Douglas plays the game, and slowly emerges as both a unit leader and a media celebrity, but how far will he go in exploring the boundaries between war and peacekeeping, news and entertainment? From the same creative team that brought you the Eisner Award-nominated crime noir The Killer comes this new look at war and the media in the near future! Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #5B
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 5B

    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon 2054. Douglas Pistoia is desperately looking for work, but only a private military contracting firm, Multicorps Security, has offered him a job. Soon after he signs up, the UN decides to outsource its peacekeeping missions, and Multicorps wins the first bid, propelling Douglas into a war that is not his own-a highly sophisticated war broadcast worldwide by the soldiers themselves thanks to the micro-cameras in their helmets. They are called the Cyclops. Douglas plays the game, and slowly emerges as both a unit leader and a media celebrity, but how far will he go in exploring the boundaries between war and peacekeeping, news and entertainment? From the same creative team that brought you the Eisner Award-nominated crime noir The Killer comes this new look at war and the media in the near future! Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #6
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    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon 2054. Douglas Pistoia is desperately looking for work, but only a private military contracting firm, Multicorps Security, has offered him a job. Soon after he signs up, the UN decides to outsource its peacekeeping missions, and Multicorps wins the first bid, propelling Douglas into a war that is not his own-a highly sophisticated war broadcast worldwide by the soldiers themselves thanks to the micro-cameras in their helmets. They are called the Cyclops. Douglas plays the game, and slowly emerges as both a unit leader and a media celebrity, but how far will he go in exploring the boundaries between war and peacekeeping, news and entertainment? From the same creative team that brought you the Eisner Award-nominated crime noir The Killer comes this new look at war and the media in the near future! Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #7
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 7

    (W) Matz (A/C) Luc Jacamon Captain Douglas Pistoia and his men have disobeyed orders and are now in open rebellion against their employers. A special group of veterans is dispatched on their trail, with orders to remove them once and for all and prevent them from revealing the bloody covert ops campaign conducted by MBS in Latin America. But appearances can be deceiving, for the hunt for Pistoia's renegade Cyclops team is breaking all previous audience viewing records... Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #8
    Cyclops (2010 Archaia) 8

    (W) Matz (A) Luc Jacamon 2054. Douglas Pistoia is desperately looking for work, but only a private military contracting firm, Multicorps Security, has offered him a job. Soon after he signs up, the UN decides to outsource its peacekeeping missions, and Multicorps wins the first bid, propelling Douglas into a war that is not his own-a highly sophisticated war broadcast worldwide by the soldiers themselves thanks to the micro-cameras in their helmets. They are called the Cyclops. Douglas plays the game, and slowly emerges as both a unit leader and a media celebrity, but how far will he go in exploring the boundaries between war and peacekeeping, news and entertainment? From the same creative team that brought you the Eisner Award-nominated crime noir The Killer comes this new look at war and the media in the near future! Cover price $3.95.