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Cameron Stewart - Bibliography
... for the The Soul of Venice tpb, 2004) Exorcism #1-2 (script and art, with Mike Mignola, 2012) Seaguy (with Grant Morrison, Vertigo) Seaguy #1-3 (2004) Seaguy The Slaves of Mickey Eye #1-3 (2009) Seaguy ...
Seaguy - Publication History
... Morrison has expressed on various occasions that Seaguy represents a deliberate effort to move away from conventions of the current era of comics, "I had the ... he worked on, when he said that it "was a reaction against torment superheroes." Seaguy was planned as a trilogy, the second and third volumes were to be entitled "The ... He reportedly offered to help write the series as long as they allowed him to go forward on the Seaguy sequel ...
Seaguy - Plot
... Seaguy is a super-hero who has never really had an adventure and spends his days in New Venice playing chess with Death, watching Mickey Eye (a cartoon show about an all-seeing, all-knowing ... However, when Seaguy and Chubby discover that a new food staple called Xoo is sentient, they decide to protect it from evil forces and bring it home ... Seaguy exists in a seemingly perfect world in which all the super-heroes no longer save lives or do much of everything except ride the rides at the Mickey Eye ...
Grant Morrison - Career - 2000s
... Seaguy, We3 and Vimanarama involving, respectively, a picaresque hero in a post-utopian world that does not need him cyber-enhanced pets running from their ... announced that 2008 would see publication of the follow-up to 2004's Seaguy called Seaguy 2 The Slaves of Mickey Eye, the second part of a planned three ...
Seaguy
... Seaguy is a three-volume comic book miniseries written by Grant Morrison with art by Cameron Stewart and published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics ... The first volume of Seaguy was released in three issues beginning on May 19, 2004 ... The third and final volume, Seaguy Eternal is yet to be published ...