The Thirteenth Floor: Volume 2
Alan Grant &
Privatisation has never been so deadly - the homicidal computer
Max returns in the second collection of The Thirteenth Floor, featuring
never-before-reprinted classic horror comics!
Max is being packed off to the private sector in the second volume
of The Thirteenth Floor - one of the most iconic comics of the 1980s!
Perhaps the most fondly remembered of all the strips to originate
in the short-lived British horror weekly Scream!, The Thirteenth Floor was
created by John Wagner and Alan Grant, with spookily atmospheric art from José
Max is an artificial intelligence created to be
superintendent of council tower block Maxwell Tower. Max was determined to make
sure that all of his tenants were safe and happy - even if it meant
sending humans he didn’t like to his thirteenth floor - a nightmarish virtual
world where their worst dreams became a fitting punishment, whether it was
zombies, giant cockroaches, medieval executioners, or sharks!
But, after being exposed as a homicidal killer, Max the computer
has been shut down and removed from Maxwell Tower - but the unscrupulous
council has sold the computer to fancy Oxford Street department store,
Now, Max has a new hunting ground and a whole host of potential
‘victims’, including shop-lifters, obnoxious customers and even secret agents!
This new collection features the stories from Eagle from 20th
April 1985 to 22nd January 1986, with additional tales from the Scream! 1982
Holiday Special and the Eagle Holiday Special from 1986, most of which are
being reprinted for the first time and have been remastered by Rebellion’s
experienced reprographics team to provide maximum scares in time for