2 items from 2011
The Homeland Directive, the latest original graphic novel from Venditti, is a political thriller dealing with government corruption, privacy, and the post 9/11 world we live in. As a leading researcher at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Laura Regan is one of the world’s foremost authorities on viral and bacteriological study. Having dedicated her career to halting the spread of infectious disease, she has always considered herself one of the good guys. But when her research partner is murdered and Laura is blamed for the crime, she finds herself at the heart of a vast and deadly conspiracy. Aided by three rogue federal agents who believe the government is behind the frame-up, Laura must evade law enforcement, mercenaries, and a team of cyber-detectives who know more »
- Aaron Long
The last episode of Bones was terrific, wasn't it? It set in place what I think will be a great story arc for Booth about his sniper history, even if it was one of the grossest episodes ever. A new episode of Bones will be airing on February 3 and it's going to be like an episode of Big Love, with a polygamist the victim of murder (well, Big Love in the sense of multiple wives, not the polygamist dying). Will the episode help Booth recognize his feelings for Brennan?
Below we have promo photos, a synopsis and a trailer from Fox.
Jealousy Takes Its Toll On Sister Wives On An All-new “Bones” On Thursday, February 3, On Fox
A body disguised as a scarecrow is found with a bullet wound in a remote cornfield, and the team is forced to work against the clock to avoid a »
2 items from 2011
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