Authority
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The Authority ist eine Comicserie des Wildstorm-Verlags, einem Unterlabel von DC Comics, in dessen Universum sie auch angesiedelt ist. Teile der Serie sind in deutscher Übersetzung beim Verlag mg/publishing erschienen.[1]

Szenaristen der Serie waren bislang unter anderem Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis und Mark Millar. Als Zeichner beteiligten sich unter anderem Bryan Hitch, Frank Quitely und Carlos Ezquerra.

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  1. Deutsche Nationalbibliografie online, http://z3950gw.dbf.ddb.de/

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