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Published by Humanoids, Inc.
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Haunted by her past lives, both as a human and as the cybernetic enforcer known as Cyn, Meris is desperate to live a peaceful existence. Drawing from sci-fi and Western influences, Cyn is a thrilling meditation on redemption, self-sacrifice, and found family from the mind of acclaimed comics creator Ibrahim Moustafa (RetroActive, Mother Panic: Gotham A.D.)

A cloaked figure stumbles from a cargo ship, a wreckage of would-be attackers in her wake. What should have killed her only proves what she already knows - Her body will not let her die.

Fleeing her bloody past as the masked government enforcer known as Cyn, Meris is discovered unconscious by a former Union medic and his two adopted daughters. As they nurse her back to health and she struggles to adapt to a world far from the brutal life she was forced to lead as Cyn, two things become clear: her past isn't ready to let her go, and she isn't the only one whose dark, secret history is threatening to destroy their present.

From acclaimed comics creator Ibrahim Moustafa (RetroActive, Mother Panic: Gotham A.D.) comes a Western-tinged sci-fi tale of savagery and salvation, where one woman’s road to redemption leads through an interstellar frontier as harsh and unforgiving as her own past.

About The Author

Ibrahim Moustafa is an illustrator and comic book writer/artist from Portland, Oregon. Best known for his Eisner-nominated comics Jaeger and High Crimes as well as his work on titles such as James Bond and DC's Mother Panic, he has been published by DC Entertainment, Marvel Comics, Image Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, Valiant Entertainment, and IDW Publishing. He is the author of Humanoids' critically-acclaimed Count.


Product Details

  • Publisher: Humanoids, Inc. (June 18, 2024)
  • Length: 128 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781643377476
  • Grades: 9 and up

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"From the character designs to the worldbuilding to sword fights that unfold with breathtaking grace across elegantly structured panels, Count's a masterpiece of visual storytelling, layered with meaning and power on each page. Count is an ambitious idea transformed into a masterpiece, and reaffirms Moustafa's place as one of the finest artistsworking in comics right now.”


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