What you find isn’t nearly as important as what finds you…

Since 1996, Finder has set the bar for science–fiction storytelling, with a lush, intricate world and compelling characters. Now, Carla Speed McNeil’s Eisner Award–winning series comes to Dark Horse with the original graphic novel Voice.

In a society defined by its intricate network of clans, Rachel Grosvenor has grown up an outcast, straddling worlds. Now, her quest for admission to a highly exclusive clan sends Rachel spiraling into the dark underbelly of Anvard and a paradox that holds the key to her future: How do you find a Finder?

* Rising star Carla Speed McNeil has been nominated for seventeen industry awards, winning five times, since 1998!

* Voice won the 2009 Eisner Award for Best Webcomic.

“Completely fascinating.” – Warren Ellis

“Finder is, bar none, the best SF comic being published today.” – Strange Horizons

By Carla Speed McNeil

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  1. Has anyone read this?  What do you think?  I ordered this from Previews but wont see it until the end of the month (dcbs) and had never heard of it previously.

  2. It’s amazing that something can win an eisner award and still so many people haven’t heard of it. (I hadn’t heard of it either) Gonna give it a shot. 

  3. Finder is a pretty fantastic series. I’ve read a few of the old trade collections and am glad Dark Horse is re-releasing them.  Check out Dark Horse’s web site to see some exerpts from the new book:

  4. Interesting.  Maybe nobody’s heard of it b/c it was a web comic.

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