By Peter Snejbjerg, John Arcudi
A God someplace is a photo novel created by means of John Arcudi and Peter Snejbjerg. It used to be released via DC Comics' Wildstorm imprint in June 2010.
It tells the tale of Eric, the 1st human to advance superhuman skills, in the course of the eyes of his acquaintances and family.
A God someplace debuted to usually confident studies, and has a 3.8/5 in accordance with Goodreads. Fangoria known as it "artistically riviting." Onemetal.com acknowledged "John Arcudi’s unique picture novel evolves from a simplistic, virtually cliched story of a guy who wakes up with superpowers to an unrecognizable nightmare."
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A God Somewhere by Peter Snejbjerg, John Arcudi