The first volume of an original graphic novel series from New York Times - bestselling author Scott Westerfeld.
Scott Westerfeld is the author of the worldwide bestselling Uglies series and the Locus Award-winning Leviathan series, and is co-author of the Zeroes trilogy. His other novels include the New York Times bestseller Afterworlds, The Last Days, Peeps, So Yesterday, and the Midnighters trilogy. Alex Puvilland was born in France where he grew up reading his father's comic books. He now lives in Los Angeles with his ridiculously talented wife and two extraordinary children, Leo and Adrien. He works for Dreamworks Animation, and does comics whenever he has a moment. Alex co-illustrated Prince of Persia and Templar.
"A little dark, a little twisted, and completely enthralling." --Marissa Meyer, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of The Lunar Chronicles and Heartless "As frightening as Spill Zone can be, though, its greatest asset is its muscle-tensing suspense. Reading it feels like binge-watching a great cable series, complete with the same feeling of despair you get when you finish the final episode and realize you've got a long time to wait for the next season." --The New York Times "Amazing." --io9 "Expect some stunning sci-fi spectacle when Addison ventures into the Spill Zone." --A.V. Club "Westerfeld...establishes several compelling mysteries in this series opener, and Puvilland captures the haunting surreality of the Spill Zonethrough an unearthly pastel/neon palette that oozes a sense of wrongness every moment Addison spends there." --Publishers Weekly, starred review "This unnerving, gripping title--Westerfeld's first original graphic novel--is bound to entice older comics fans, especially those interested in darker sci-fi and nuanced characterization." --School Library Journal, starred review "Westerfeld handles the spooky business of the infected town magnificently, spiking the eerie and inexplicable with moments of genuine horror, while always keeping the emotional tensions of his highly accessible teenage protagonist at the center." --Booklist, starred review "Full-color illustrations are appropriately wild, jagged, and threatening. Readers will be demanding the next installment as they close this one." --Kirkus "It's clear from the movie-ready visual images that the illustrator is primarily an anima- tor, and the panels are a worthy match for the clever, memorable text."--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books "This first entry in a creepy, addictively suspenseful graphic novel series makes for compulsive reading." --Horn Book