Animosity (#1-10) by Marguerite Bennett, Rafael de Latorre
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Overview: Marguerite Bennett (born 1988) is an American comic book writer. She has worked on Bombshells, Angela, Josie and the Pussycats, and her creator-owned book InSeXts. Her work has been recognised for her depiction of real female relationships, and her representation of LGBTQ stories and characters earned nominations for a GLAAD Media Award in 2016 and 2017.
One day, the Animals woke up.
They started thinking.
They started talking.
They started taking revenge.
Now, a dog and his girl are trying to get away–out of New York City, and all the way to San Francisco, to the only person who might be able to protect and save her.
One year after the “Wake,” all Animals have gained the powers of thought and speech–and the ability power to take revenge. New York City erupts as a battleground between the what remains of the U.S. Government and the rise of the ferocious new “Animilitary,” who seek to carve out a peaceful homeland of their own. Caught in the middle is a Bloodhound and his 10-year-old adopted human daughter, desperate to escape the conflict, and find a haven at last…
Caught between the ruins of the human militia and the rise of the Animilitary, the Bloodhound Sandor and his human daughter Jesse encounter unlikely allies and cunning traitors, but are haunted by the horrors that brought them here…
Fleeing civilization with their new companions, the Bloodhound and his daughter navigate the wilderness, where a hungry new horror is waiting for them…
A safe haven looms on the horizon, but the walled city will not take all of Jesse and Sandor’s companions. Who will live, and who will die to save the pack?
When Jesse is abducted by humans, Sandor, her faithful and protective Bloodhound, will cut a swath of blood and bone through everything that stands in his path to find and rescue his beloved friend.
As Jesse and Sandor embark on their American road trip, their faith in life, death — and each other — is tested at last.
If you can’t see your enemy, how can you fight? If you can’t fight your enemy, how can you survive?
Tensions run high as betrayal stings Jesse in a way she could have never imagined. Can Kyle shed his humanity enough to aid Jesse in her quest? Can Sandor forsake his bestial nature in order to save that which he loves? The answers lie within!
In the first issue of a new arc, Sandor, Jesse, and the survivors, hear rumors of a mysterious Walled City where safety may be waiting…