112 pages | Full Colour
Writer: Richard Perry
Artist: Roy Huteson Stewart
It’s 1666 and The Great Fire of London surges through the streets destroying everything in it’s path. Nicole Van Grant acts instantly and begins saving the lives of hundreds caught in their homes.
Three Hundred and Fifty Years later in 2016 Nicole is still alive but she has no idea why. Her immortality was never explained and she still questions the reasons for her existence.
Staying in 2016 we begin to see a rise of murders in East London, the young and impressionable are either being killed or recruited by a man offering family and comfort. This is Yanose, who uses misguidance and manipulation to build his army.
Nicole is forced to find out his agenda as he kills the one person who gives her hope.
With xenophobic motives Monument deals with the desperation of individuals looking to make a stand against the breakdown of humanity and the assignment of blame.
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