Snowpiercer, the prequel. Part one, Extinction
—Matz, author.
Graphic Novel
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"Coursing through and eternal winter, on an icy track wrapped around the frozen planet Earth, there travels a train that never stops. This is Snowpiercer: one thousand and one carriages long. That last bastion of human civilization. But where did it begin? In a world of over-population, climate change, famine and other mass crises, bands of eco-terrorists strike a nerve against national governments. But for the Apocalypsters, terrorism is not enough, and Mohter Nature needs a hand in the extinction of the human race. Only an eccentric billionaire survivalist and his perpetually moving train hold the key to humanity's future ..."--Back cover.

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Climatic changes -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Railroad trains -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Survival -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Dystopian comics.
Graphic novels.
Science fiction comics.
Other Authors:
Bowes, Lauren, letterer.
Lob, Jacques, 1932- creator.
McKenzie-Ray, Mark, translator.
Rochette, 1956- author, illustrator.
Villarrubia, José, 1961- colourist.
translation of: Matz. Transperceneige. English.
First edition.
90 pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 29 cm
Target Audience Note:
Suggested for mature readers.
Other Title:
Snowpiercer, the prequel. Part 1, Extinction
Snowpiercer. Extinction
"The graphic novel saga that inspired the TV series."--Cover.
"Originally published in French as Transperceneige: Extinctions [2019]"--Page opposite title page.
"The world of Snowpiercer is based on an original idea by Jaques Lob."--Page opposite title page.
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