2001: A Space Odyssey v1 01 by Jack Kirby

By Jack Kirby

I received this from elsewhere many years in the past, and feature by no means quite uploaded a comic book sooner than, so i could have made a few errors during this upload.

I think ten problems with this ran from 1976–1977, yet I basically have no 1. however, this unmarried factor is a whole model of the movie, dropped at you by way of a few of Marvel's brightest abilities.

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Horus spoke again, distracting her from her thoughts. ’ ‘They have, my lord,’ said Ing Mae Sing, unable to keep the unease from her voice. ‘The reply from Lord Guilliman of the Ultramarines was clean and strong. ’ asked Horus. Ing Mae Sing paused, as if unsure how to phrase her next words. ‘His message had residual symbols of… pride and obedience; very strong, almost fanatical. ’ Ing Mae Sing prided herself on her immense self-control, as befitted one whose emotions had to be kept in check lest they be changed by the influence of the warp, but even she could not keep some emotion from surfacing.

It was… it was sorcery, the one thing that all these years I’ve been preaching is a lie, but it was real and standing before me as surely as I stand before you now. ’ asked Loken. ‘That’s the part where I run out of rational explanations, Garviel,’ shrugged Sindermann. ’ Sindermann exchanged a glance with Mersadie and she willed him not to say anything more, but the venerable iterator continued. ‘When you destroyed poor Jubal, it was with your guns, but Euphrati was unarmed. All she had was her faith: her faith in the Emperor.

Membership of the Lectitio Divinitatus was forbidden and if he were discovered, it would be the end of his career as an iterator. ‘Now we shall contemplate the word of the Emperor,’ continued Cassar, reading from a small leather chapbook. Sindermann was reminded of the Bondsman Number 7 books in which the late Ignace Karkasy had written his scandalous poetry. Poetry that had, if Mersadie Oliton’s suspicions were correct, caused his murder. Sindermann thought that the writings of the Lectitio Divinitatus were scarcely less dangerous.

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