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Blood and Honor

The Foreworld Saga Graphic Novels

by (author) Christian Cameron, Erik Bear & Tony Wolf

illustrated by Dmitry Bondarenko, Haiwei Hou & Joao Vieira

Publisher
Amazon Publishing
Initial publish date
Jul 2015
Category
Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Anthologies
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781503947108
    Publish Date
    Jul 2015
    List Price
    $20.95

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Collected for the first time: three exciting alternate history graphic novel adventures exploring fantasy, magic, and martial arts in The Foreworld Saga! Including:

Suffrajitsu: Mrs. Pankhurst’s Amazons #1–3:

London, 1914: The leaders of the radical women’s rights movement are fugitives from the law. Their last line of defense is the secret society of “Amazons”: women trained in the martial art of bartitsu and sworn to defend their leaders from arrest and assault.

After a series of daring escapes and battles with the police, the stakes rise dramatically when the Amazons are forced into a deadly game of cat and mouse against an aristocratic, utopian cult.…

The Dead God #1–3:

In the year 536 AD, the land of Frisia is a hostile place of swords and sorcery. Across the dark, cold countryside, three valiant warriors quest for a treasure, the likes of which few can comprehend. These three—the mighty grappler, Eadhild; the skilled archer, Coll; and the charming young Valens—are searching for the head of Yvrnn, the sky-god. For, according to legend, the head of Yvrnn will grant its possessors great wisdom and fortune.

The trio’s quest won’t be easy, as they must not only contend with Yvrnn’s followers who have set obstacles in their paths, but also the mystical creatures and bandits that haunt the roads of Frisia.

Symposium #1–3:

The Shield-Brethren is a secret martial order that has defended the West for centuries. Now, the origins of the order are revealed in this stunning three-issue tale.

Our heroes, seeking to realize the idea offered to them by the philosopher Plato, leave Athens and travel to Delphi with hope of visiting the oracle. They have a dream to found a city of their own, and they desire insight from the oracle as to their question. But their skills—both as warriors and as thinking men—will be tested by adversaries they do not even know they have.

About the authors

Christian Cameron was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1962. He grew up in Rockport, Massachusetts; Iowa City, Iowa; and Rochester, New York, where he attended McQuaid Jesuit High School and later graduated from the University of Rochester with a degree in history. After the longest undergraduate degree on record (1980–87), he joined the United States Navy, where he served as an intelligence officer and as a backseater in S-3 Vikings in the First Gulf War, in Somalia, and elsewhere. After a dozen years of service, he became a full-time writer in 2000. He lives in Toronto, Ontario, with his wife, Sarah, and their daughter, Beatrice. He may be found on the web at www.hippeis.com.

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Erik Bear lives and writes in Seattle, Washington. Previous to The Dead God, Erik wrote the IDW Publishing comic book Jurassic Park: Dangerous Games. He was also among the authors on The Mongoliad, a historical fantasy anthology for 47North. Mr. Bear has also worked on a bestselling video game and is actively working on several comic book series soon to be published.

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New Zealand citizen and US resident Tony Wolf has spent more than thirty-five years in an international career blending the martial and the creative arts. He has authored or edited nine books and numerous articles for journals, anthologies, websites, and encyclopedias. His script for the one-act play Satisfaction tied for first place in the 2006 Joining Sword and Pen international playwriting competition. Tony’s fight choreography and action design have been featured in more than two hundred stage, screen, and video game productions, including cultural fighting styles design for the Lord of the Rings trilogy. A pioneer of motion capture action design, he was also instrumental in the revival of bartitsu, a mixed martial art created at the turn of the twentieth century.

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