SPACE GHOST (DC) (2004) #2 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Space Ghost (2004) #2
"Purge" is written by Joe Kelly and drawn by Ariel Olivetti. Cover by Alex Ross. Continuing the origin of Space Ghost. Beaten and left for dead by his own partners, Eidolon Officer Elite Thaddeus Bach agonized in his last moments of life over the murder of his expectant wife Elua. Part of an elite group of officers called the Wrath, the group led by Temple is made up of four corrupt police officers who serve their own interests over the good of the people they are sworn to serve. But because Bach wouldn't go along with their wholesale corruption of the law, the Wrath came down on him and his young family. Writhing on the sands of a deserted "ghost world," Bach would have been a dead man if not for a hermit monk named Salomon.

As weaponeer for his planet, Salomon provided devices of mass destruction to his people and they used them to destroy themselves. Only he of his people survived and for that, he punishes himself daily. But as the Wrath makes a show of burying Elua and an empty casket for Thaddeus, the fallen officer believed to be dead takes Salomon's weapons and his ship and begins a quest for revenge, becoming something more than Thaddeus Bach. Meanwhile, Temple and his corrupt cops come across a backwater Rim world called Meridian where the populace has been wiped out by "bugs," a myth told to children.

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: SPACE GHOST (DC) (2004)
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