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By Fletcher, Brenden; By (artist) Kerschl, Karl; Msassyk
ISOLA returns! Following a brush with death, Queen Olwyn and Captain Rook find themselves far off course, without supplies or any hope of breaking the evil spell trapping Olwyn in the form of a magical blue tiger. The companions will face grave new threats and uncover long-held s...ecrets in their quest to find Isola, the land of the dead, where they hope to return the Queen of Maar to human form before war breaks out. Collects issues 6 through 10 of the Eisner-nominated seriesRead more
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By Houser, Jody; Mercer, Matt; Illustrated by Samson, Olivia; Msassyk; Maher, Ariana
Join familiar faces from Critical Role's ... first campaign as their escapades in Stilben lead them toward new adventure--and a dire threat to Grog when he goes missing in the night. Tracking him down will see the party lose one member, gain another, and reveal parts of Grog's se...cret past. But first, his friends have to actually find him --Read more
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Contains material originally published in single magazine form as Isola #1-5 --Indicia.
Illustrated by Romberger, James; Contributions by Msassyk
Set in New York City after the melting of the polar ice caps, an independent loner along with his cat and only friend, navigates the flooded city as he tries to live another day. Each morning he sails in search of food, crossing paths with others from this makeshift community--fr...om outsiders like himself to the depraved and ruthless elite--all struggling to maintain a sense of normalcy in a city drowned in its past. But everything changes when he encounters both a mysterious woman and a trapped blue whale. Will they be each other's salvation . . . or destruction? An eco-fiction fable of epic proportions, POST YORK is an expansion of the Eisner nominated one-shot, and includes an environmental fact sheet, and other bonus material. JAMES ROMBERGER is an Eisner-nominated cartoonist, fine artist and artist of the graphic novels 7 Miles a Second, The Late Child and Other Animals, Bronx Kill and Aaron and Ahmed. James Romberger...is in the highest horror-comics tradition. --The New York Times Book Review Romberger's art is a fine version of bony realism - his figures are so casually realistic, you can almost see the joints moving. --Entertainment WeeklyRead more
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