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Shades of Magic: The Steel Prince Vol. 3: The Rebel Army Paperback – Illustrated, July 7, 2020
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Praise for The Steel Prince Series:
"A great introduction to a deeply layered fantasy world" - The Pull Box
"Exceptional ... moves at a great pace and the artwork is stellar" - Comic Buzz
"Featuring stellar art and engaging writing ... visually stunning" - Chico Comics Page
"Possibly the best fantasy comic out there right now" - Culturess
"An interesting read" - ComicBook.com
"Explosive and dramatic ... makes the lore accessible and understandable, and the art is absolutely gorgeous" - Geeks World Wide
"Full of lessons, realizations, and vibrant images, The Steel Prince adds a new layer of complexity to the Shades of Magic series" - Paperback Paris
"A masterpiece and a delight to read and admire" - DePepi
"One of fantasy's most successful series in recent years is coming to comics" - The Hollywood Reporter
About the Author
Schwab has a Masters degree in Art History from the University of Edinburgh. She currently lives in Edinburgh.
Andrea Olimpieri is an up and coming comic book artist based out of
Italy. Andrea has contributed artwork to a number of titles including Dishonored, Mostri, and True Blood.
Enrica Angiolini is a skilled colorist and an accomplished fencer. She has colored for books such as Warhammer 40,000, Doctor Who, Overtaken, Terminator Genysis, and The Order of the Forge. She lives and works in Rome, Italy.
- Publisher : Titan Comics; Illustrated edition (July 7, 2020)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1787731154
- ISBN-13 : 978-1787731158
- Item Weight : 9.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.71 x 0.24 x 10.17 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #758,682 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from other countries
Once again we have Olimpieri’s art and while it did work in the first volume, I think the coloring was far too dark in this one. Some scenes really made me squeeze my eyes so I could see what was going on.
The pacing felt too rushed too (even for a graphic novel/comic) and the ending was anticlimactic to say the least. I don’t know if this was Schwab’s intention but I really felt disappointed. I’m not sure if there will be another volume because it ended with a cliff-hanger and we still have questions left unanswered, but if this was the actual ending, then it’s a bummer.
Would I recommend it? Yes, despite this volume, the prequel gives us a better understanding of how Red London looks like.