The Devil Came Down To Mayfield (The Descendants Basic Collection, #3)

The Devil Came Down To Mayfield (The Descendants Basic Collection, #3)

by Landon Porter

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Overview

They survived an evil sorceress. They stood up to an organization bent on experimenting on them. They even weathered their own, internal storms.

Now the Descendants must face a new challenge: living their lives. From reconnecting with their families and mentors, to delving into romance, they're about to learn that there's more to being superheroes than squaring off against bad guys.

Of course, while they try tending to their personal lives, evil isn't lying idle. They face new baddies in the form of New York's Tongs, extra-dimensional monsters and... cyborg nerds?

They are heroes. They are people. This is their story.

Styled after works from the Bronze Age of Comic Books, The Descendants is presented in a unique manner: as an all-prose comic book complete with issues, specials and annuals, each telling a complete story that ties into the overall tale of the titular superheroes.

It is also written as a throwback and love letter to an earlier age of superheroes, to a time before everything was grim and gritty and when comic books were fun.

Collects Issues #13-20 of the web serial The Descendants by Landon Porter. Start from the very beginning with We Could Be Heroes (Descendants Basic Collection, #1)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149259366
Publisher: Paradox-Omni Entertainment
Publication date: 04/14/2014
Series: Descendants Basic Collection , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 377 KB

About the Author

Landon Porter is a billionaire industrialist who fights crime with the aid of his magic sword and faithful companion, Distraction Lad whenever he's not dating supermodels or fighting evil robot bears from the future. On a completely unrelated note, he makes up fanciful stories for a living.

An avid fan of superhero comics and roleplaying games, he blends tropes from both into his works along with themes of family, hope and redemption alongside a fervent rejection of cynicism and darkness.

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