Manifest Destiny reaches issue #25, and everything seems fine with the Expedition after the men have built a fort to spend the winter in.
This issue of Manifest Destiny shows us the Expedition peacefully building a fort for the winter. We also find out why the Teton are suspicios with them: it has to do with Helm…
The monster Navath tells captain Helm and colonel Flewelling that it’s their… manifest destiny to fight until one of them dies. So they do.
In this issue of Manifest Destiny, native guide Sacagawea shows her archery skills. In a flashback, captain Helm is having a nightmare.
While in the past Capt. Helm persuades his troops to eat the sasquatch, in Manifest Destiny’s present one of those beasts attacks some of the men.
In this issue of Manifest Destiny we understand what is the link between the Lewis & Clark Expedition and the diary on which the previous issue focussed.
This new arc in Manifest Destiny opens with a long flashback on an expedition that built a hut to spend the winter in. But they didn’t have enough food.
Publisher: IDW Writer: Chris Ryall Art: Tony Akins and Ilias Kyriazis Colours: Leonard O’Grady Letterer: Robbie Robbins and Shawn Lee Dirk Gently is the lesser known creation of writer Douglas Adams famous for the trilogy of 5 parts, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. After Adams death in 2001 the series grew from its cult status and has been […]
In Manifest Destiny, the Vameter has managed to find another head to use – but Lewis and Clarke take it upon themselves to stop it.
Douglas Adams’, well renowned for the seminal Hitchhiker’s Guide series of novels, also put together a couple of novels for his character Dirk Gently – and his Holistic Detective Agency. While the Hitchhiker’s Guide has done many rounds in different media, poor Dirk has been somewhat overlooked and neglected.