Ladies and gentlemen, this torrent contains the entire run of Don McGregor's Sabre as published as a brief ongoing series by Eclipse comics.
One of the first graphic novels, Sabre (subtitled Slow Fade of an Endangered Species), by writer Don McGregor and artist Paul Gulacy, was a trade paperback published in August 1978 by the company that would become known as Eclipse Comics.
The initial project of Eclipse Enterprises, Sabre is a 38-page, black-and-white, science fiction swashbuckler in which the self-consciously romantic rebel Sabre and his companion Melissa Siren fight the mercenary Blackstar Blood and others to achieve their freedom and strike a blow for individuality, all amid a futuristic Disneyland-turned-torture-chamber. Many elements were a continuation of McGregor's unfinished work on Marvel's Killraven. Described on the credits page as a "comic novel" (the term "graphic novel" not being in common usage at the time), it was followed in 1982 by a 14-issue comic book series by McGregor and, consecutively, the artists Billy Graham (no relation to the evangelist) and Jose Ortiz which lasted until 1985. The first two issues reprinted the graphic novel in color. It featured many comic book firsts, such as graphic childbirth and a kiss between gay men.
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