Quixote Novel by Michael Avon Oeming, Bryan J. L. Glass
- Could Don Quixote be real? Television reporter Dominique Angel uncovers the story of a crusading street vagrant she dubs "Quixote" due to his rambling discourses on morality and righteousness. This modern-day quixotic knight believes street punks are monsters, government agents are demons in disguise and
Dom's own boss is the very Devil himself. Soon he is wanted for murder and seems to be at the center of a vast shadowy conspiracy. But as Dom finds herself caught up in a world of intrigue and suspense, she realizes she's in danger of believing the truth as Quixote sees it, and that supernatural forces may be fighting for her very soul. Is Quixote merely a madman, or might he truly be an ancient mystical warrior reborn into the modern age?
- This 300-page novel written by Michael Avon Oeming (Marvel's Thor and
Powers) and playwright Bryan J. L. Glass is heavily illustrated with spot illos and full-page splashes, blurring the lines between comic and novel.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 16 Years|
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'Quixote' is fantastic! Very well done indeed, evocative of any American big city in the early 21st Century, yet timeless as well. The artwork is a nice bonus, but the work is carried by the outstanding narrative. This is much more of a novel with illustrations than a comic book. I recommend it to everyone, but readers who enjoy mythic legends will find it particularly to their liking.