Madame Atomos 5: The Monsters of Madame Atomos
THE MONSTERS OF MADAME ATOMOS
by André Caroff
adapted by Michael Shreve
cover by Jean-Michel Ponzio
George screamed when the beast suddenly appeared at the top of the stairs. What he saw was a black, frizzy mane, long pointed teeth, claws like curved swords and a blood-dripping snout. He tried to escape the bewildering vision, but as he turned around, he felt a huge weight crush down on him. He collapsed, spilling blood from his grisly wounds. He was already a corpse by the time the beast ran off down the stairs where it jumped on Pam who was too petrified to scream.
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5x8 tpb, 284 pages
The deadly Madame Atomos is a brilliant but twisted Japanese scientist who is out to avenge herself against the United States for the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where she lost her family. Opposing her are Smith Beffort of the FBI, Dr. Alan Soblen, and Yosho Akamatsu of the Japanese Secret Police.
This classic French sci-fi thriller series from the 1960s is presented here in English for the first time in a ten-volume omnibus edition:
- Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier
- The Monsters of Madame Atomos [Les Monstres de Mme Atomos] (1967)
- Madame Atomos Spits Fire [Madame Atomos Crache des Flammes ] (1967)
- Who Made Me Such A Woman? (short story by G. L. Gick)
In this fifth volume, the deadly Madame Atomos continues waging war on the United States, first by turning the hapless residents of Baltimore into blood-thirsty monsters, then by unleashing uncontrollable wild fires over Nevada.