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StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 2
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Author(s)

Josh Elder, Kieron Gillen, Grace Randolph, Simon Furman

Editor(s)

Hope Donovan, Troy Lewter

Cover artist(s)

Jesse Elliott, Tomás Aira, Nam Kim, Hector Sevilla

Series

StarCraft: Frontline

Pages

192

Publisher

Tokyopop

Published

January 1, 2009

Format

Mini Trade Paperback

ISBN 10

ISBN 1427-80831-7

ISBN 13

ISBN 978-1427-80831-8

Series
Heavy Armor - Part 2
Creep
Newsworthy
A Ghost Story

StarCraft: Frontline Volume 2 forms the second entry in the StarCraft: Frontline series. It was published in January 2009.

The Warcraft: Legends: Volume 2 short story, Family Values, was previewed in Frontline: Volume 2.

DescriptionEdit

Confront the violent, brooding and twisted world of StarCraft inside this collection of world-expanding adventures.

Heavy Armor - Part 2

The adrenaline-pumping firefight between mentor and protégé escalates to a fierce climax. Will the young Viking pilot outwit the man who taught him everything? Or will the teacher remain the undisputed master of heavy armor--and doom a colony?

Creep
Feared by all and understood by none, zerg creep finally comes under the knife in the laboratory of protoss scientists. But instead of shedding light on the bizarre bio-matter, the scientists spiral into a psychologically disturbing and nightmarish struggle against a completely unknown foe.

Newsworthy

A pro-Dominion reporter lands the scoop of lifetime: an exclusive sit-down with Emperor Arcturus Mengsk following an embedded mission with terran marines. Every good reporter tells both sides of the story, but when she comes face-to-face with atrocity, can she handle the brutal truth, much less report it?

A Ghost Story
Sterilized by war, a rocky planet's bounty and dark terrors have remained safely hidden--until a Kel Morian Combine crew catches wind of it hoping to strike big. There's just one problem: The planet seems to be haunted by a "ghost."

External LinksEdit

Tokyopop staff. Excerpt StarCraft: Frontline (excerpts). Tokyopop. Accessed 2009-01-17.

ReferencesEdit

Donovan, Hope, and Troy Lewter, ed. StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 2 (paperback binding). Tokyopop, January 1, 2009. ISBN 978-1427-80831-8.

The next article in this series is StarCraft: Frontline: Volume 3.


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