Presenting a new vision of the worldwide bestselling Millennium
novels by Stieg Larsson, THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO is the first
comic book adaptation of Lisbeth Salander’s harrowing story ever to
appear in English.
Lisbeth Salander’s peace never lasts, and the new family she’d built
for herself shattered when Trinity was kidnapped. It’s not long
before Hacker Republic is on the Sapo’s trail, but Salander’s
detective skills led her to a discovery she wasn’t expecting.
Meanwhile, Mikael Blomkvist is investigating the rise of the fascist,
racist roots behind the Swedish Republican Party. Relying on
Salander’s intel risks putting his personal life on the line, but he
knows the expose – and the chance to reunite with Salander – is worth
Kidnapped by a mysterious group known only as Sparta, Trinity, Bob,
and Plague have nearly lost all hope of finding Lisbeth alive. But
Lisbeth and Mikael are determined to rescue their friends and figure
out what the Sapo are up to, despite Mikael’s name being dragged
through the mud once again, and his career in jeopardy. This story
is much bigger than Millennium, with political tensions and violence
rising across the country. And Lisbeth and Mikael are about to blow
it wide open.
It’s clear now: the Neuronomes are not attacking the Confederation,
but rather are the victims of a mysterious aggressor, and they
explode when they die. They did, however, take up positions near
large population centres, threatening to take thousands of lives with
them when they go in order to pressure Confederate authorities – who
had once massacred them – into helping them. Unsurprisingly, Caleb,
Mezoke and Angus are chosen to go to the Neuronomes’ home planet and
neutralise the unknown threat.