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Leviathan by Ian Edington & D'Israeli
Cover Artist: D'Israeli
Review by Joseph B. Hoyos
2000 AD Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781907992698
Date: 17 April 2012 List Price $16.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / D'Israeli Blog / Show Article /

RMS Leviathan, a.k.a. the Floating City, has been drifting for twenty years in a sea of endless death. Many of the nearly thirty thousand crew and passengers have committed suicide, been murdered, or simply disappeared. Within the past nine months, twenty of the first class passengers have been brutally murdered, having been found with wide strips of their flesh torn from their bodies. Detective Aurelius Lament of Scotland Yard has been asked to solve the murders; he travels to steerage class, located in the ship's treacherous bowels, in search of the Stokers, a type of bogeymen. With the aid of Sky, a beautiful, young woman, he enters the forbidden engine room and makes a horrifying discovery.

From official release/information:

Product Description: In 1928 the largest cruise liner the world has ever seen is launched. With a crew and passenger complement totalling nearly 30,000 people the Leviathan is bound for New York. However, it never reaches the Big Apple and simply… disappears!

Twenty years later – with the Leviathan stranded on an unearthly sea – Detective Sergeant Lament begins to investigate the mystery at the liner's heart. What he discovers will change his world forever — but it might just bring the Leviathan home…

(Source: 2000 AD)

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