Aladdin, Volume 1: Legacy of the Lost

Overview

From the mystical city of Shambhalla to the ends of the Earth comes a tale of magic, mystery, and the motivations of power. It is the world of Ala ad-Din, better known as Aladdin!
Thief, gambler, liar, and cheat, Aladdin''s reckless soul falls under the eye of the sorcerer Qassim, who has spent his life scouring the sands for the Dreaming Jewel. This lost relic of shattering power will enable Qassim to steal the magic of the Djinn of the Lamp and reshape the world in his own ...
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Overview

From the mystical city of Shambhalla to the ends of the Earth comes a tale of magic, mystery, and the motivations of power. It is the world of Ala ad-Din, better known as Aladdin!
Thief, gambler, liar, and cheat, Aladdin''s reckless soul falls under the eye of the sorcerer Qassim, who has spent his life scouring the sands for the Dreaming Jewel. This lost relic of shattering power will enable Qassim to steal the magic of the Djinn of the Lamp and reshape the world in his own malicious design. But to do so, he requires a mystical ability carried within Aladdin''s blood...power that not even Aladdin himself knows about.
An epic adventure that twists the classic saga into dark, unexplored territories, penned by multi-Eisner nominated writer Ian Edginton!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935417040
  • Publisher: Radical Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/14/2010
  • Series: Aladdin
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Ian Edginton is a multi Eisner-nominated writer who has worked for Macmillan Publishers, Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Top Cow, Wildstorm, 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Magazine on such titles as Scarlet Traces, sequel to H.G. Wells's War of the Worlds, and its second sequel, the Eisner-nominated for best writing The Great Game. Characters and franchises showcasing his writing include Terminator, Blade: Vampire Hunter, Star Trek, Wolverine, Aliens, Batman, Xena, Planet of the Apes, Witchblade, Judge Dredd, Richard Matheson's Hell House and more.
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  • Posted February 8, 2012

    GET THIS BOOK!!!!

    I was recently in my local comic store after being out of the game for 10 years. i was looking for something fresh and new. I will be getting more titles from Radical. The writing was phenominal and the artwork, breathtaking. this company has given me a reason to become a nerd again!!!!!

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