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Ethan Young’s YA graphic novel The Battles of Bridget Lee goes to Dark Horse!

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If you’ve read Nanjing: The Burning City (Dark Horse, 2015), then you’re familiar with Ethan Young’s art and writing. If you haven’t read it, go immediately to your local library or bookstore and get your hands on a copy.

Now that we’ve got that sorted, check it out: Ethan Young’s next book – also to be published by Dark Horse – is a YA sci-fi adventure with a strong, kickass female protagonist. The Battles of Bridget Lee is due out in September, and Dark Horse promises “a multivolume journey through space as it follows the world’s next heroine to great heights.”

Ethan Young's YA graphic novel The Battles of Bridget Lee goes to Dark Horse!

From Dark Horse: There is no longer a generation that remembers a time before the Marauders invaded Earth. The remaining human outposts have been quiet since they fought back the alien aggressors, but there are stirrings of another attack. Bridget Lee, an ex–combat medic now residing at the outpost Farfall, may be the world’s last hope. But Bridget will need to overcome her own fears before she can save her people. Her legend begins here.

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The Battles of Bridget Lee Volume 1: Invasion of Farfall (978-1-50670-012-0) hits stores September 21, 2016. Pre-order now!

Here’s a synopsis:

There is no longer a generation that remembers a time before the Marauders invaded Earth. The remaining human outposts have been quiet since they fought back the alien aggressors, but there are stirrings of another attack. Bridget Lee, an ex-combat medic now residing at the outpost Farfall, may be the world’s last hope. But Bridget will need to overcome her own fears before she can save her people. Her legend begins here.

About Author

Rosemary Kiladitis is a children’s librarian, a mom, and a proud fangirl/nerdgirl. She did her homework while watching reruns of the 1966 Batman series, which led to her longstanding relationship with the Bat, and she’s pretty sure that Barbara Gordon is the real reason she went to library school. She loves superheroes, supervillains, and is secretly married to Hellboy. Or Loki. She can’t remember, but it’s one of them. Roe blogs about children’s and teen books at http://roespot.blogspot.com, and you can read her 140 character ramblings on twitter @RoeSolo.

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