Lady Pendragon, Volume 1

Lady Pendragon, Volume 1

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Overview

A classic from the Golden Age of Image Comics, collected in trade paperback for the first time! Pagan imagery and early Christianity clash across time in Matt Hawkins' acclaimed tale of medieval mayhem and transtemporal quests! In 541 AD, Guinevere, widow of King Arthur, attempts to unite the Britons under the banner of Excalibur and the Goddess. In 1999, her descendant, Jennifer Drake, unravels a mystery that could end the world - unless she claims her birthright, and the sword Caliburn. Guinevere faces traitors on all sides, and Jennifer battles the wicked Mordred and Morgana - can the righteousness of any god or goddess triumph over evil? COLLECTS LADY PENDRAGON VOL. 1 #1, LADY PENDRAGON VOL. 2 #0-3, AND COVER GALLERY.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632155252
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 01/26/2016
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 6.70(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

About the Author

Matt Hawkins is an incessant doodler. He lives in Kansas City with Alicia, Henry and Lily. By day, he works at a C3, a children's marketing agency as an illustrator/papertoy designer. By night he stays up way too late in his attic studio making designer papertoys for his own amusement and freelance papertoys for clients. He shares his papertoys with the world at www.custompapertoys.com. He's always cutting or folding or gluing something.

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Lady Pendragon, Volume 1 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
Image fare of old – beautifully executed The introduction introduces us to Lady Pendragon aka Guinevere, heir to Excalibur, and how she has to fight against Saxons and her own kind. We then flash forward to our era and Jennifer Drake, a scholar specialising in the life of Guinevere. She is kidnapped so that she can become the new Lady Pendragon and deal with Morgana Le Fey and Mordred again. Lots of flashbacks reveal how Guinevere fared. Very wordy with explanation and angst in places, it is a good read with a science fiction element at the end.