I will not be ruled by fear.A depraved emperor. A wasted realm. A dying race.With Tyrrik by my side, I'll lead the charge to remedy it all.After discovering the rightful heir to the Phaetyn, an alliance with the healers should be easy as pancakes. But while the armies of Verald and Gemond march to the border for war, the emperor delivers a crushing blow that threatens to put everything at risk.As I fight my father's staggering power, I'm compelled to face evil on his terms. A twisted darkness worse than anything I've experienced.Nothing could've prepared me for this.How far would you go to defeat a merciless sovereign?I'll lie to the liars.I'll betray the betrayers.I'll kill the killers.I will conquer my fear.If you love dark fantasy, you'll be captivated by The Darkest Drae. With pulse-pounding action, witty humor, and slow-burn romance you'll fall in love with dragons like you've never seen before. Due to thematic elements this series is recommended for mature YA+
Everything you always wanted once a season! Delight in regular continuing features like legit publications with literary pedigrees! It all begins with the 10-page regular lead feature, Tales From the Black Crown Pub starring Stacey the barmaid by Award-winner Rob Davis (The Motherless Oven). Recurring short features include Canonball Comics: an exquisite corpse that will not stay dead kicked off by Jamie Coe (Artschooled) and Swell Maps by respectably divine music journalist/novelist Cathi Unsworth. Plus: Space CUDets rejoice: Live from a posh retirement village for wannabee 4-hit wonders we have co-writers/bandmates Will Potter and Carl Puttnam and occasional artist Philip Bond. Plus Plus: Special previews, creator interviews and behind the panel border secrets from Kid Lobotomy, Assassinistas, Punks Not Dead and much, much more!
It’s the new Winter’s Edge of Comics Cool in 48 pages! Delight in regular continuing features like legit publications with literary pedigrees! It all begins with the 10-page regular lead feature Tales From the Black Crown Pub, starring Stacey the barmaid, by award-winner Rob Davis (The Motherless Oven). Recurring short features include Canonball Comics: an exquisite corpse that will not stay dead, Cud: Rich and Strange by co-writers/bandmates Will Potter and Carl Puttnam and artist Philip Bond, Swell Maps by music journalist/novelist Cathi Unsworth with illustrations by Cara McGee and a new Hey, Amateur!. Plus: Previews of your future favorite comics like Bandtwits by Jamie Coe, Punks Not Dead by David Barnett and Martin Simmonds, a Walking Ghost Tour of Canon Street by Tini Howard, interviews with your favorite comics celebrities and much, much more!
I will survive. I will become stronger. I will reach my destiny. Weakened, but not broken, Mae must face her destiny in this thrilling conclusion to the White Hart trilogy. Heroic Mae Waylander travels across the desert in search of a way to defeat the tyrannical king and stop him finding immortality. With dangerous beasts and a war in her way, can Mae achieve her goal and set the kingdom of Aegunlund free?
PERFORMANCE! ART! This sumptuous spring selection of regular shorts, new works, and sublime interviews includes “Tales From the Black Crown Pub” by Rob Davis; “Cud: Rich & Strange” by Potter, Puttnam, and Bond (which follows the rise and fall and rise of the greatest British band you've never heard of but can’t live without); “Swell Maps,” “Canonball Comics,” and “Beat Surrender.” Plus, more “House Amok” by Christopher Sebela and Shawn McManus; and “Hey, Amateur!—How to Spot a Galaxy” by Emmeline Pidgen. Find out where the bodies are buried beneath the cross street of Canon and Great Yarn a la “The Great Ghost Walking Tour” by Tini Howard and Philip Bond. And finally: a new feature involving a raygun, a live mic, and pure pandemonium (a la Rashomon) begins!
The quarterly compendium of comics + culture is collected in one seriously thick paperback! Main features include "Tales from the Black Crown Pub" by award-winner Rob Davis; "Cud: Rich and Strange" by bandmates/co-writers Will Potter & Carl Puttnam and artist Philip Bond, and "Cannonball Comics" by Leah Moore and Dilraj Mann. Special features include "Hey, Amateur," "Beat Surrender," creator interviews, and a (ghost) walking tour through Canon Street where the characters commingle and corrupt. All this plus the first issues of BLACK CROWN launch titles: Kid Lobotomy, Assassinistas, and Punks Not Dead make this a must-have package of the latest in art and alchemy!
"A Lad Insane," Part 6 of 6. Why is Kid insane? How come he's having an affair with Kafka's favorite sister? And just what did our failed rock god's 12-year-old self see in the lower depths of the haunted hotel from hell? Our hero finally gets some answers. But will they drive him crazier than King Lear?
|Author||: Indiana Horticultural Society|
|Release Date||: 1879|
|Pages||: 329 pages|