|This article is about the trade paperback collection. For other uses, see Fray.|
|Publication date||November 19, 2003|
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Cover artist(s)||Karl Moline|
Fray was a trade paperback collecting issues 1 to 8 of the Fray comic book series.
Hundreds of years in the future, Manhattan has become a deadly slum, run by mutant crime-lords and disinterested cops. Stuck in the middle is a young girl who thought she had no future, but learns she has a great destiny. In a world so poisoned that it doesn't notice the monsters on its streets, how can a street kid like Fray unite a fallen city against a demonic plot to consume mankind? Joss Whedon, the celebrated creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, brings his vision to the future in this unique tale. As inventive in the comics medium as in that of television or film, Whedon spins a complex tale of a skilled thief coming of age without the help of friends or family, guided only by a demonic Watcher.
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- "The Calling"
- "Ready, Steady ..."
- "Out of the Past"
- "The Worst of It"
- "The Gateway"
- "All Hell