Siegfried Volume 3: Twilight of the Gods

Overview

A Hero Approaches. Alex Alice's Wagner-inspired graphic novel trilogy concludes!

Siegfried, born of the love between a mortal man and a Valkyrie, is a young orphan being raised by Mime, one of the last of the dwarf-goblin Nibelungs, in a dark forest with only wolves for friends and family. While his foster parent only wants to live in peace and solitude, Siegfried yearns to discover who his real parents were and live amongst his own kind, not knowing that Odin, father of the ...

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Overview

A Hero Approaches. Alex Alice's Wagner-inspired graphic novel trilogy concludes!

Siegfried, born of the love between a mortal man and a Valkyrie, is a young orphan being raised by Mime, one of the last of the dwarf-goblin Nibelungs, in a dark forest with only wolves for friends and family. While his foster parent only wants to live in peace and solitude, Siegfried yearns to discover who his real parents were and live amongst his own kind, not knowing that Odin, father of the Norse gods, has a destiny planned for him.. The conclusion to master storyteller Alex Alice’s Siegfried trilogy based off the old Norse legend and Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung opera cycle, in which young Siegfried must face the great Dragon Fafnir, guardian of the Rheingold, and fight for the survival of the Land of Men.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608864201
  • Publisher: Archaia
  • Publication date: 12/2/2015
  • Pages: 136

Meet the Author

Born in 1974, Alex Alice possessed a passion for comics and animation from an early age. He began to develop graphic novel projects while at l’École Supérieure de Commerce in Paris. In 1993, he met Xavier Dorison, with whom he began to collaborate on Le Troisieme Testament (the Third Testament), a story of adventure and esoteric investigation across Europe in the Middle Ages influenced by the likes of Umberto Eco. The first volume of that series came out in 1997, published by Glénat. In addition to that series, Alice began developing Siegfried, a retelling of Norse myths as a graphic novel trilogy.

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