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A Flight of Angels - Rebecca Guay, Holly Black, Louise Hawes, Bill Willingham
A Flight of Angels
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The diverse mythology of angels is explored in this lushly painted graphic novel from high-profile fantasy authors including Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles) and Bill Willingham (FABLES).Deep in the woods outside of a magical kingdom, a strange group of faeries and forest creatures... show more
The diverse mythology of angels is explored in this lushly painted graphic novel from high-profile fantasy authors including Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles) and Bill Willingham (FABLES).Deep in the woods outside of a magical kingdom, a strange group of faeries and forest creatures discover a nearly dead angel, bleeding and unconscious with a sword by his side. They call a tribunal to decide his fate, each telling stories that delve into different interpretations of these winged, celestial beings: tales of dangerous angels, all-powerful angels, guardian angels and death angels, that range from the mystical to the mysterious to the macabre.This original graphic novel spotlights the painted work of award-winning artist Rebecca Guay, whose other workds include the Vertigo titles VEILS and DESTINY: A CHRONICLE OF DEATHS FORETOLD, as well as World of Warcraft, Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781401221478 (1401221475)
Publisher: Vertigo
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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popsiclesinbed
popsiclesinbed rated it
Huh.The artwork is beautiful, if a little uneven. I liked how each story had its own style of art, but panel to panel it's not very consistent (i.e. one will be photographic and then the next will still show sketch lines; the line thickness varies a lot), which is odd, I think, for a graphic novel. ...
Sesana
Sesana rated it
The story begins when an angel falls to earth. A passing group of fairies decide to hold a tribunal to decide his fate, telling stories to illuminate the nature of angels. Each story is written by a different author, but illustrated by the same artist. That's what really surprised me, that the same ...
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