Dial H Volume 2: Exchange TP (The New 52) Paperback – 20 Feb 2014
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About the Author
China MiEville is the author of KING RAT; PERDIDO STREET STATION winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the British Fantasy Award; THE SCAR, winner of the Locus Award and the British Fantasy Award; IRON COUNCIL winner of the Locus Award and the Arthur C. Clarke Award; LOOKING FOR JAKE a collection of short stories; and UN LUN DUN, his New York Times bestselling book for younger readers. He lives and works in London.
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Anyway, in this volume, Nelson and Roxie continue their hunt for Dials and for information on them. They are now being pursued by an apparently evil special agent, the Human Centipede - who works for the [spoiler] government, which wants its own superheroes since "Whiny Eagle" got its Superman, and is now running a secret superhero programme using its own Dial. Along the way, they meet up with a group of characters from other dimensions, who have their own Dials, but whose homeworlds have been destroyed by the Operator, someone from the originating dimension that created the Dials, and where the Exchange is located, the source of the Dials, some of which have been scattered across the dimensions due to a catastrophic war. Everyone is now hunting for Dimension zero, either to stop the attacks or get revenge for their lost worlds. There are a lot of entertaining incidents along the way, my favourite being the graffiti world, where our guys communicate with a graffiti version of the young `Bruce Wayne' through drawing the dialogue on a wall.Read more ›