Maralinga

Maralinga spins an alternative history from the 1956 British nuclear tests in the Woomera Three hundred years later a ruined, irradiated, post apocalyptic Australia is a place where monsters are real and one girl, the last of an isolated and dying community in Melbourne s south, launches on a desperate journey to find sanctuary and a mythical inland sea.
Maralinga Maralinga spins an alternative history from the British nuclear tests in the Woomera Three hundred years later a ruined irradiated post apocalyptic Australia is a place where monsters are real

  • Title: Maralinga
  • Author: Jen Breach Douglas Holgate
  • ISBN: 9780994293404
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Maralinga”

    1. This story is set in an unusual interpretation of an Australian post apocalyptic scenario. Unlike the more mainstream graphic novels in this genera there are no mad car chases, or gang warfare (yet). This is an understated story which relies on suspense, visual narrative and the imagination of the reader.The style of art is unusual and perfectly complements the story setting, using an almost monochromatic palate with different colour schemes used to set the scenes and locations and occassional b [...]

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