Global Frequency, Vol. 2: Detonation Radio

Global Frequency, Vol. 2: Detonation Radio

From Warren Ellis, the creative dynamo behind such acclaimed titles as Transmetropolitan and The Authority, comes volume one in a stunning new Titan graphic novel series! Global Frequency is a latticework of 1001 scientists, soldiers and specialists in every field imaginable, woven into a net to stop every terrorist with a nuke, government weapons programme gone rogue or alien computer virus, Seeing, hearing, touching and battling all evil, it is Mankind's collective consciousness and immune system. Drawn by a dream team of amazing artists, Global Frequency is the all-knowing, all-powerful blanket to smother our darkest fears and worst nightmares!

Collecting: Global Frequency 7-12

Title:Global Frequency, Vol. 2: Detonation Radio
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401202910
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    Global Frequency, Vol. 2: Detonation Radio Reviews

  • Ben Comeau

    Global Frequency: Detonation Radio is the second comic of the Global Frequency series. The comics consist of multiple short stories of how the Global Frequency agents solve potentially world ending pr...

  • Ma'Belle

    These short stories emphasize the science in science fiction. I read Warren Ellis' Orbiter the day before reading Global Frequency, and I feel it lent some understanding of Ellis' passion for non-mili...

  • Jordan

    Overall I probably liked this second volume better. In the first volume the stories felt very separate, and while they're still separate here, there was more of a feeling of connection. This is probab...

  • Lewis Manalo

    Why did I not read this sooner? As a person who grew up before the huge cross-title "events" became the mainstay of comic books, I really appreciate the stories that are contained in one issue, let al...

  • Ramon

    Why oh why didn't this series continue? I could've easily consumed 5 more years of this book. Even though this is a re-read session, having repurchased books I know I already own, they don't feel date...

  • Dale

    Maybe too much gore in some stories, but a really creative approach to the "smart people save the world" sci-fi thriller graphic novel genre (is that a real thing?). I pretty much read both Vol 1 and ...

  • Dave

    Although I'm personally in love with pretty much everything Warren Ellis has ever written; from his critically acclaimed novel "Crooked Little Vein" to his many forays into original graphic novel mate...

  • Travis

    More of what was in the first book, which is to say that it was fast paced and enjoyable, though it often strained credibility. There is more tendency in these stories to examine the characters than i...

  • Anna

    Issue 7 - Dang, I keep forgetting how graphic Ellis's work can get. The violence is a bit unsettling. But still a good story. The sacrifices some of these characters make are so inspiring.Issue 8 - Lo...

  • 47Time

    This volume is even more grim than the last. We get to see some kinks in the organization's security (their central base is attacked and their leader is captured), the immense amount of stress that th...