Marion Mulligan is a down-at-hell private investigator abducted by aliens and abandoned on a distant planet with only a robotic Remote Universal Translator Unit (RUNT) for company. But he needs to call on all of his skills when a murderer strikes.
Category: Children's fiction, Graphic Novel
Adventure, Humour, Other People and Lands
Murder Can be Fatal
Marion ‘Mick’ Mulligan is a failed sci-fi author who dreams of escaping his humdrum life. His dreams become nightmares when he is abducted by extraterrestrials and abandoned on a lawless frontier planet.
Together with his alien buddies Crk-Tish-Crrrkkk and Zeebo and his mechanical sidekick, RUNT, Mulligan must lead a daring jailbreak, battle robo-revolutionaries on an android planet and fight false murder charges on a spacebound sphere of pure water as he desperately tries to find his way home to Earth.
told with a great deal of humour!
this was my first Graphic Novel and I haven't read a comic in many years now … I was thoroughly impressed with where the concept has gone to
I thoroughly enjoyed this book with its humour and totally unrealistic but fantastical drawings and I'm sure kids will enjoy this immensely
I'm sure that dads everywhere would enjoy this immensely
'fun option for reluctant readers'
'fantastic illustrations and slapstick humour throughout make this novella a fun easy read which would ideal for reluctant readers'
'would also make a great stimulus for creative writing, visual art and drama'
'much here to appeal to boys'
'graphic novel aficionados will relish (this)'
'perfect for reluctant readers'
'looks and reads wonderfully'
'there is enough here for folk of all ages to dive in and experience a great book'
'the usual Nolan mix of sharp humour goes into overdrive in this book and is an absolute delight'
'a definite winner on value for money and ... a book that definitely delivers'
'they have each in their way been winners but with this final book they saved the best until last'
'And The Blood Flowed Green’s release heralds the end of a landmark chapter in Irish comic story'
'a great gift for anyone this Christmas'
'loads of fun'
'The best of the series'
'Thumbs up, all the way'
'This is great!'
'a great book for reluctant readers'
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