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HOPE: TWO GREAT GRAPHIC NOVELS BY 2000 AD - COMPETITION

Hope - IntroIf you’re a fan of murky murder mysteries that feature hardboiled detectives, alternate realities, and supernatural shenanigans, then please consider entering the following worldwide competition where you can win the first two volumes of a great psychological thriller published by 2000 AD. Each volume is called ‘Hope’, and they were both written by Guy Adams and illustrated by Jimmy Broxton. Or in other words…


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Hope: Under Fire
Hope
Volume Two - Under Fire

Publisher: 2000 AD 
Author: Guy Adams
Artist: Jimmy Broxton
Format: Paperback and Digital
Price: £7.99 to £10.99 depending on what you purchase
Number of Pages: 64 pages per book

Summary: At face value, Mallory Hope looks like a regular stone-faced private detective who’s been hired to find a missing boy within the dimly lit streets of 1940s Hollywood. But upon closer inspection, you will come to realize that he is haunted by a tragic past and lives in an alternate world full of dark, occult forces, beyond his control.


Hope - Hollywood


The Competition:  To be in with a chance of winning both of these great books (click here and here for a sneak peek), all you have to do is correctly answer the following question by the 17th of February, 2021, preferably before midnight GMT. Three sets are up for grabs -- I repeat, three -- and you can enter regardless of where you live. Good luck.



'Hope: For the Future’ and 'Hope: Under Fire' was written by Guy Adams, illustrated by Jimmy Broxton, and published by 2000 AD.

COMPETITION CLOSED

HOPE: TWO GREAT GRAPHIC NOVELS BY 2000 AD - COMPETITION HOPE: TWO  GREAT GRAPHIC NOVELS BY 2000 AD - COMPETITION Reviewed by David Andrews on February 02, 2021 Rating: 5

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