Alongside his work in comics, Al Ewing has in recent years built up an exciting and original body of prose fiction, most notably for Abaddon Books with novels like El Sombra, Gods Of Manhattan, Pax Omega, Death Got No Mercy and I, Zombie. He has displayed a skill for spinning familiar pulp tropes into shapes both hilarious and profound, whilst also providing bizarre invention and narrative ingenuity. Essentially, you never know quite what you’re going to get when you open an Al Ewing novel. Now, Solaris have published Ewing’s first non-franchise, creator-owned novel, The Fictional Man.
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