Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday [11] - Pulse of Power

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly post started by Breaking the Spine. It is a feature showcases upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week I decided to pick something different off my wish list, something I haven't seen much of on the blogs. That would be Anne Elizabeth's graphic novel Pulse of Power. It looks so good.

Title: Pulse of Power
Author: Anne Elizabeth
Cover Art: Brett Booth
Edited: Alisa Kwitney
Release Date: August 10th, 2010

Book Summary:

Destiny is always a choice! Tia Stanton is not an ordinary woman. Created from a mystical rite, she is birthed into a world where chaos and organization run side by side; where monster and man live in unison but rarely with recognition of each other. Until the race begins - a fight to gain access to the pool of power lying beneath her hometown of Greenwich, Connecticut. It coincides with her twenty-fifth birthday and her last chance to accept the full mantel of this supernatural power. Tia is forced to deal with the fact she's different. That she can recycle sin energy and make something good out of it. The world is literally at stake, as is a multitude of other planets which are tied to her own.

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  1. Thanks for the heads up on this graphic novel. Looks interesting.

    Is it just me or does Tia kinda sorta look like Anita Blake. I wonder if the same artist did both graphic novels?

  2. Hi Jen,

    The may look similar because artist
    Brett Booth does both comics. I'm not sure if he's still doing the Anita Blake comic, but he did at the beginning.

  3. Thanks for letting us know that Pulse of Power is going to be a great book.

    I agree JenD, Tia does kinda sorta look like Anita Blake. I thought at first it was the wrong cover. lol

  4. Anna - Thanks for the info.

    MissKallie - LOL...I ended up doing a double take myself.

  5. I've never heard of this but the art reminded me of Marvel Anita Blake too. So now I know the artist's name! I looked it up and he's still doing them too.

  6. It does look good Anna and I LOVE the cover art..

    Thanks for sharing.



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